There are plenty of organised fireworks displays around the Anglia region over the weekend but there is rain forecast for Saturday.
Although it will be wet during Saturday, weather forecasters predicting the rain will clear away eastwards before the evening.
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There are warnings about firework safety from the Fire Service and from Trading Standards.
Trading Standards are warning people to avoid picking them up online. Officials say that people who trade illegally and store large quantities of fireworks could be putting themselves and others in danger.
The Fire Service says the safety place to watch fireworks is at an officially organised display.
There are many organised fireworks displays around the Anglia region over the weekend
- Big Boom in Norwich - free city centre fireworks display over the Castle - 7.30 pm
- Fawkes in the Walks, The Walks, King's Lynn - fun starts from 6pm, bonfire lit at 6:30pm and fireworks at 8pm
- Fireworks at Stoke College, Sudbury, gates open at 6:30pm, first firework at 7pm
- St Alban’s Catholic High School, Ipswich. Gates open at 6pm, fireworks will begin at 7.15pm
- Kimbolton Fireworks Spectacular at Kimbolton Castle, gates open at 6pm
- Brackley in Northamptonshire - Magdalen College School, High Street - free from 5 pm until 7.30 pm
- Cambridge bonfire night - Midsummer Common bonfire at 6pm, fireworks at 7pm
- Firework fiesta - Peterborough Arena. Gates open 5pm, bonfire lit 6pm, fireworks from 7.30pm
- Chelmsford Fireworks, Admirals Park, Doors open at 4pm, fireworks from 7.30pm
- Ipswich Fireworks, Christchurch Park, gates open at 6pm, fireworks from 8pm
- Bury St Edmunds Fireworks, Abbey Gardens, Gates open from 5.30pm, fireworks from 7:30pm
- Sliverstone Fireworks and Stunts Show - track action from 9am with fireworks at 7pm
- Fireworks To Music Mendlesham Playing Field, Suffolk. Open 6pm for 6:30pm start
- St Neots, Eynesbury Rovers FC, Hall Road, Eynesbury. 7pm-9pm