THE skies are set to sparkle as a number of a Bonfire events take place across East Lancashire.

Annual bonfire and firework displays will be held in Blackburn, Burnley, Accrington, Clitheroe, Darwen, Haslingden, Colne and Padiham.

Witton Park in Blackburn will host its 42nd charity bonfire on Saturday, November 4 from 7pm while the The Havelock Inn in Havelock Street will also play host to a display from 6pm on Saturday and The Mill Hill Hotel from 6pm on Sunday.

In Darwen, the mayor’s annual charity bonfire will be held at Darwen Cricket Club on Saturday from 6.30pm with fireworks at 7.30pm. Donations made on the night will go to the mayor’s charities.

In Burnley the town’s biggest and best-attended Bonfire Night will take place on Saturday at Towneley Hall with a special children’s firework display, funfair and programme of live entertainment and music.

The funfair will open at 6pm, the bonfire lit at 6.45pm and the main show at 8.15pm.

Lowerhouse Cricket Club will also be hosting an event on Saturday from 5.15pm with the display from 7.30pm.

In Samlesbury, Huntley’s Country Stores will be putting on fireworks, a bonfire, fairground and bar from 4pm on Sunday.

The Clitheroe Community Bonfire and Fireworks display will take place on the Castle Playing Fields and Castle Keep from 6pm until 9.30pm on the Saturday.

Meanwhile in Church, Enfield Cricket Club will be hosting a bonfire, firework display as well as rides, food and a beer and Prosecco stall on the Friday. Gates open at 6pm.

Haslingden Cricket Club will host its annual bonfire night from 4.30pm on Saturday.

In Pendle, Colne Cricket Club will hold theirs on Sunday from 4pm while Padiham Cricket Club will provide a display on Friday from 6pm.

Lancashire Fire and Rescue will also be holding their annual display on Sunday at the Training Centre in Euxton from 5.30pm while Chorley Council’s annual event will take place in Astley Park on Friday from 6pm.