Bolsover Castle retells of the story of the Gunpowder Plot when the fireworks extravaganza returns this year.
Castle bosses have announced that a choreographed fireworks display set to classical music will take place at the English Heritage property on 4th November.
Says English Heritage events manager Lucy Hutchings: “This is the only fireworks event English Heritage is staging anywhere in the country and we are thrilled to be able to hold it at Bolsover Castle with its dramatic hilltop setting.
“Our show will be different to other fireworks events in that we will be taking visitors back in time to the period of the Gunpowder Plot and bringing the story of Guy Fawkes to life through performance, music and special effects.”
“To remind us why we celebrate bonfire night, the fireworks show will begin with the telling of the story of Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot.
“Throughout the course of the evening we hope that visitors will discover a little more about the heritage of bonfire night as well as enjoying the breathtaking fireworks set to classical music.”
l Glapwell Cricket Club is the venue for a ‘Fire and Ice’ event organised by Glapwell Community Development Grop, featuring fireworks and ice rink on 5th November from 1pm.
Free entry excluding ice rink. Fireworks start at 7.30pm.
l THERE will be a bonfire night and fireworks display at Warsop’s Black Market on Saturday from 6pm, entry is free. The event will also include a talent show with live music and a disco.
In addition, there is an indoor electric car ride which is free for young children.
you are going to a fireworks event, remember to stay safe and follow the Fireworks Code.
l When buying fireworks, make sure they comply with BS 7114 and are clearly marked for their intended use, indoor, garden or display.
Keep fireworks in a closed box.
Follow the instructions on each firework.
Light all fireworks at arms’ length.
Stand well back.
Never go back to a lit firework.
Never put fireworks in your pocket.
Never throw fireworks
Keep pets indoors