Bonfire and fireworks displays
also known as: Bonfires, Fireworks.
Stay safe, have fun and enjoy yourself this Bonfire Night by attending one of the organised firework and bonfire displays in Northumberland and the surrounding area and reading our top safety tips.
Stay safe and have fun this Bonfire Night
Read our top tips and advice below, including what NOT to wear,
how to handle sparklers safely and what you can do to help your
You can also
read our fireworks code leaflet here.
Bonfire and Fireworks displays in and around Northumberland
Have fun, stay safe and hang out with all your friends and
family by attending one of the local bonfire or fireworks displays
If you are organising a public display and wish to be included
in our list please email us the full event details to email@example.com
Although you do get a bigger bang at an organised display, if
you are organising you own bonfire night celebrations, read our important advice here.
Take your pick from our list of organised events below:
Organising your own bonfire night celebrations
Figures have shown that more children than adults get hurt by
fireworks. If you are thinking of using fireworks as part of your
celebrations, you should follow the steps listed below. It doesn’t
matter whether your event is in your own back garden, or a
community display, follow our advice to keep your friends and
family safe and fun this 5 November.
You can also read our
'Giving your own Fireworks Display' booklet here for more
Preparing for your bonfire night
Reporting arson and safety risks
Help your local community to stay safe by reporting any arson or
safety threats below.
For further advice on bonfire safety contact Northumberland Fire
& Rescue Service on:
To report accumulations of waste on public land contact
Northumberland County Council's contact centre on: