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Fireworks Displays in Glasgow 2016

Bonfire Nights, Guy Fawkes Events and Fireworks Displays in and around Glasgow

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Glasgow Green Fireworks Display

Remember remember…. that Glasgow Fireworks returns to Glasgow Green on Saturday 5th November 2016. As usual, the event is free and open to all. Spectators are welcome on to the Green, where they can buy a range of food and drink, and browse merchandise stalls. They can also enjoy a funfair!

Free event.

Glasgow Green, Greendyke Street, Glasgow, G40 1AT
www.glasgowlife.org.uk/

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Bonfire Night Clydebank

Friday 4 November, 2016 ( 19:00 - 21:00 )

Dalmuir Park , Dalmuir Park, Overtoun Road, Clydebank, G81 3QY

The countdown is on until the Council’s popular fireworks displays in Clydebank on Friday 4th November.

The displays will feature a range of exciting fireworks, including comets, mines, spinners, hummers, whistles, strobes and dragon’s eggs, and light up the sky in an array of colours.
Visitors are asked to arrive at the events in plenty of time and to travel on foot or by public transport if at all possible. Neither venue offers on-site parking and many of the streets around the parks will have parking restrictions in place.

The event will start at 7pm and conclude at 9pm, with the fireworks display beginning at 7.30pm.

People are being urged not to bring their own fireworks or sparklers as these can present a safety issue within large crowds, and are advised to leave pets at home.

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Dumbarton Fireworks Display

Saturday 5 November ( 19:00 - 21:00 )

Levengrove Park , Levengrove Park, Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, G82 4AZ

The displays will feature a range of exciting fireworks, including comets, mines, spinners, hummers, whistles, strobes and dragon’s eggs, and light up the sky in an array of colours.
Visitors are asked to arrive at the events in plenty of time and to travel on foot or by public transport if at all possible. Neither venue offers on-site parking and many of the streets around the parks will have parking restrictions in place.

The event will start at 7pm and conclude at 9pm, with the fireworks display beginning at 7.30pm.

People are being urged not to bring their own fireworks or sparklers as these can present a safety issue within large crowds, and are advised to leave pets at home.

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Helensburgh Fireworks

Saturday 5th November from 18:30.

The fireworks display will be set off from the end of the Helensburgh pier. The bonfire and stalls will be in the pier carpark from 18:30.
Come down and enjoy a hot drink and food from the stalls and get the best view of the display from the viewing area in the car park. The display is optimised for spectators in this area.

CAUTION: The pier carpark is in poor condition. The area will be floodlit but spectators use the carpark at their own risk.

Full details: www.helensburghfireworks.co.uk/

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Paisley Fireworks Display

Saturday 5 November, 2016 Noon until 7 p.m.

With entertainment from midday you can make a real day out of Paisley's family-friendly fireworks in the town centre. There will even be face painters, street entertainers and circus skills workshops to keep the kids happy all day long.

Abbey Close, Gauze St, Paisley town centre
Free
More info:whatsonrenfrewshire.co.uk

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Strathclyde Park fireworks, Glasgow

Saturday 5th November, fireworks at 8pm

Get your fix of fireworks on the 5th of November at Strathclyde park where North and South Lanarkshire councils will join together to put on 30 minutes of back-to-back dazzling fireworks. With up to 50,000 people expected to join in the fun you can be sure of a carnival atmosphere and a great evening all round.

Free
More info: whatsonlarnakshire.co.uk

Carrie The Musical, Websters Theatre, 2 – 5 November, 2016
Malachy Tallack, Creative Conversations, University of Glasgow Monday 17 October, 2016
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