There is still plenty on offer for anyone in search of a bonfire night display this week.
Wellingborough Rugby Club has teamed up with Wellingborough Round Table again this year to host Bonfire Night festivities.
The fireworks display will take place at Wellingborough Rugby Club, Cut Throat Lane, on November 7. Gates opening at 6pm and fireworks scheduled for 7.30pm. Entry is £10 per car and £3 for pedestrians.
Corby is home to one of the biggest free Guy Fawkes night firework displays, kicking off with a torchlight procession from Corby International Swimming Pool at 6.45pm on November 5.
The bonfire will be lit by the Boating Lake, Cottingham Road, at 7pm, followed by the fireworks display at 7.30pm.
Drivers should be prepared to use town centre car parks only. For information call 01536 464042.
Following the success of last year’s performance, which attracted more than 3,500 people, the Gunpowder Treason and Plot re-enactment will return to Boughton House on November 4 and 5.
The stately home near Kettering will provide a backdrop to a “cultural outdoor spectacular”, featuring a comedic fire performance, live choral recital, and projections exploring Northamptonshire’s gunpowder plot connections.
This production begins at 7.30pm both nights and will culminate in a fireworks finale. For tickets call 01536 414141.
Nene Valley District Scouts are hosting their annual fireworks display at Rushden Hall Park on November 8. Entry is from 6.30pm and advance tickets are £5 for adults or £3 for children.
There is a display behind the village hall in Rockingham on Wednesday. The fun starts at 6.30pm and there will be a barbecue, refreshments, home-made soup and a raffle.