The skies above the High Peak will be lit up over the next few days as organised bonfires and firework displays take place across the borough.
Here’s a list of the events taking place:
Friday November 1
Buxton Rugby Club - 6.30pm. £5 per person, £10 per family.
Sterndale Moor - lighting of the fire begins at 6.45pm. Refreshments on sale and bar. Free entry.
Saturday November 2
Buxton Round Table bonfire - Buxton Cricket Ground, Park Road. Gates open at 5pm with a special children’s display at 6pm. The main display starts at 7.30pm. Entry costs £5 for adults, £3 for students and £2 for under 16s.
New Mills - High Lea Park, 7pm, free.
Glossop - Manor Park - gates open 4pm, children’s fireworks 5.45pm, Feat Stavros 6pm, bonfire lighting 6.30pm, Jake Evans 6.45pm, fireworks 7.15pm. £7 adult, £4 children/concessions, £20 family.
Whaley Bridge - Lantern parade from Taxal and Fernilee Primary School to the bowling club begins at 6pm. Doors open at bowling club at 4pm with food stalls, a funfair and bars. There will be music from 6pm with a big fireworks display from 7.30pm. Planet of Sound will provide music after the bonfire. Admission £3.50 adults, £1 children.
Monday November 4
Fairfield - Granby Road park, 6pm, adults £1, children 50p.
Tuesday November 5
Dove Holes - bonfire lighting 7pm, fireworks 7.30pm, refreshments available inside hall, adults £4, children £2.50, family ticket, two adults and two children, £10, free parking.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service are reminding people to attend organised displays and stay safe, particularly on Friday evening when firefighters are on strike between 6.30pm and 11pm.
Area Manager, Bryan Bennett said: “Bonfire night is traditionally a time when the fire service sees an increase in emergency calls, as bonfires get out of hand or a stray firework sparks a fire. By attending an organised display you can still enjoy the celebrations knowing you are safe and not at risk of fire or injury.”