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Pop on your ear muffs and get your glow sticks at the ready - it's time to visit the best firework displays the Midlands has to offer for 2014!

From watching brave individuals walk on flaming hot coals to riding theme park rides we've rounded up the cream of the firework crop in The Midlands this year. Choose from spectacular displays in Nottingham to pretty displays in The Midlands Safari Park. Whichever night you choose from this lovely bunch we're sure you'll have a night to remember. 

 

Fireworks Nottingham 2014

Our pick of the best fireworks Nottingham has to offer, this 2014. 

 

Erewash Bonfire and Fireworks display, Nottingham

The annual Erewash bonfire and fireworks event attracts thousands of visitors each year, as one of the largest community fireworks night events in the area. The event will also host an illuminated lantern procession. You can pick up tickets from West Park Leisure Centre, Long Eaton Hall and Ilkeston Town Hall.

 

When? Wednesday 5th November, 6pm onwards

Where? West Park, Long Eaton

How much? Family ticket £9.50, for two adults and three children

More info: nottinghampost.com

 

Bonfire night at The Forest, Nottingham

Make your fireworks night go off with a bang by attending Nottingham’s best free fireowkr’s festival. This family friendly evening will include a small and quiet display for young children, a bonfire and a grand firework display for everyone to enjoy.

 

When? Wednesday 5th November, gates from 5.30pm, main display from 9pm

Where? Forest recreation Ground, Gregory Boulevard, NG7 6AQ

How much? Free

More info: experiencenottinghamshire.com

 

My Sight Nottinghamshire charity fire walk and fireworks spectacular

If you’re looking for something a bit different this Guy Fawkes night then why not dare yourself to tred hot coals in aid of charity at this exciting evening, they’re looking for volunteers! If you’d rather leave the burnt toes to someone else then you’ll still be treated to a wonderful fireworks display, against the backdrop of Nottingham Castle.

 

When? Saturday 8th November

Where? Nottingham Caste, NG1 6EL

How much? Adults £10, children £4

More info: experiencenottinghamshire.com

 

Fireworks Birmingham 2014

Our favourite firework displays in Birmingham for 2014

Bonfire and Fireworks display at Kenilworth Castle, Kenilworth

Be amazed by the beautiful fireworks and towering bonfire at this display in the stunning grounds of Kenilworth Castle. Buy tickets from the Holiday Inn Kenilworth to guarentee entry! Why not buy a ticket for the bonfire buffet too, for £10.50 you’ll get plenty of seasonal treats.

 

When? 2nd November

Where? Kenilworth Castle, Castle Green, Kenilworth, CV8 1NE

How much? Adults £7.50, children £3

More info: kenilworthroundtable.com

 

Firework Festival 2014, West Midland Safari Park

Spectacular fireworks and bonfire, late-night rides, safari illuminations and themed music to bring the party alive! Plus! Mark O'Shea's Reptile World, Twilight Cave, SeaQuarium, Creepy Crawlies, a sea lion show and a delicious range of refreshments including a hog roast, bar, and disco in Tree Tops pavilion. This event has proven so popular in the past that it will now be held over two nights, so you’ll get plenty of opportunity to see some fireworks.

 

When? November 9th and 10th, from 2pm, check website for details

Where? West Midland Safari Park, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 1LF

How much? Adults £11.99, children £10.99

More info: wmsp.co.uk

 

Birmingham's Firework Spectacular

Grab your coat, scarf and hat and head to Pype Hayes Park to experience the magic of the fireworks, which this year have a Disney theme. They're also promising a surprise finale to the display. Wonder what it could be? There's a funfair and Juggling Inferno will be there to entertain the crowds.

 

When? Wednesday 5th November. Gates open 5pm, fireworks 8pm

Where? Pype Hayes Park, Chester Road, Erdington, West Midlands

How much? Free

More info: Birmingham.gov.uk

 

Leicester, Warwick and Alton Towers fireworks 2014

Here's our round up of the very best evenings full of fun and fireworks! 

 

Abbey Park Bonfire & Firework Display, Leicester

Abbey Park Bonfire and Fireworks Display is Leicester's biggest display, attracting over 15,000 visitors. In addition to the main fireworks there's also a children's firework display which is quieter and especially themed for a younger audience. Gem 106 award-winning breakfast presenters Sam & Amy will be hosting a great stage programme including live music from the hottest new boy band in the UK, The Vamps. Plus there's also a children's funfair, food stalls and, of course, the bonfire.

 

When? Saturday 1st November

Where? Abbey Park Rd, Leicester LE4 5AQ

How much? Adults £6, concessions £4

More info: visitleicester.info

 


Warwick Town Bonfire and Fireworks, Warwick Racecourse

Soak up the autumnal atmosphere at this exciting firework display. This year there will be a children’s fun area as well as a bouncy castle, hot refreshments and free parking. All proceeds are to go to local charities, so not only will you get a fun evening out, you’ll also be getting the opportunity to give something back to local causes.

 

When? Saturday 8th November

Where? Hampton St Warwick CV34 6HN

How much? Adults £5, Under 12s £1, under 2s free.

More info: warwicktownbonfire.org.uk

 

Theme park and fireworks, Alton Towers

Treat the family to a whole day and night of fun by taking them to Alton Towers to enjo fireworks night. It’s not cheap but you do get entry to all the rides after dark, entertainment and a dazzling display of fireworks.

 

When? 7th, 8th and 9th of September, running throughout the day and into the evening

Where? Alton Towers, ST10 4DB

How much? Adults from £36.90 and children from £31.95

More info: altontowers.com

 

 

Looking for fireworks in London, Scotland or Wales? Find them here! 


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The best fireworks in The North
The best fireworks in Scotland

 

 

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