Fireworks Night is set to go with a bang in Dunstable, with a little VIP help from a children’s TV favourite – Fireman Sam.
There will be a chance to meet the famous firefighter at the annual fireworks display organised by Dunstable Town Council.
Fireman Sam will be meeting the crowds from 6.45pm-7.30pm.
This year’s sensational display will be held at the Creasey Park Community Football Centre on Tuesday, November 5.
The council has tweeted that it will be “a fantastic display with a sci-fi twist”.
Gates open at 6.30pm for the fun-filled night at the venue, in Creasey Park Drive.
And the last admission is at 7.30pm.
The display starts lighting up the skies at 8pm.
There will also be a funfair and children’s rides, food and music.
The council points out that there will be no parking facilities available at Creasey Park.
Extra parking is available in Central Beds Council car parks off North Station Way.
Entry to the display is via two “gates”, at Brewers Hill Middle School and in Creasey Park Drive.
Aldbanks will be temporarily closed to traffic.
Disabled parking only, for blue badge holders, at Brewers Hill Middle School.
> Admission is £3 adults, £2 concessions and youngsters aged 16 or under.
There is no entry charge for under-fives.
Family tickets, for two adults and two children, are £9. Unaccompanied under-14s will not be admitted.
Visitors cannot bring dogs, alcohol, sparklers or fireworks on to the site, and it is a no-smoking event.