Here’s a list of the community bonfires in West Leeds this year, writes Jill Buckley.
Armley Conservative Club invites you to its Bonfire Party and Firework Display on Saturday 3rd November from 3pm. Food is available from 5:45pm with pie and peas and hot dogs.
The Abbey Inn invites you its firework spectacular on Monday 5th November from 6pm. There’ll also be a pie and pea supper.
Bramley Park hosts the annual Leeds City Council event on Monday, 5th November – full details here.
Bonfire and firework display from 6pm on Saturday 3rd November at Farsley Working Mens Club. Join in the disco afterwards to work off the pie and peas or hot dog!
Something a bit different at St John’s Church – a bonfire without bangs. It’s a PAYF event with all proceeds going to the St John’s heating fund on November 4th at 5pm. Ideal for babies and toddlers with no loud bangs there’ll be a bonfire buffet with sparklers. It takes place at St John’s Hall on New Street, Farsley. For more information email email@example.com.
Farsley Celtic Football Club host the Farsley Big Bang 2018 on Sunday 4th November. The funfair starts at 5pm and there’s street food, and pie and peas as well as an outdoor beer tent. Join the live acoustic singers round the fire pit before the kids display at 7:30pm and the main display at 8:30pm. The event is free admission.
Kirkstall Bridge Inn holds its firework display and bonfire on Monday 5th November. The Bonfire will be lit at 7pm with fireworks from 7:30pm. There’ll be tasty food treats and an outside bar.
Pudsey Congs Cricket Club on Intake Road holds its Bonfire night celebrations on Saturday November 3rd from 7:30pm. Entry is £2 payable at the gate with children free.
Meanwhile down the road Pudsey St Lawrence Cricket Club on Tofts Road hold their Bonfire night and fireworks event the night after on Sunday 4th . Doors open at 6pm and entry is £4 for adults and £1 for juniors.
Fulneck Golf Club holds its bonfire and firework display on Saturday 3rd November from 5pm. They promise an event “even bigger and better” than last years. It’s free admission and you can grab some pie and peas and watch the spectacular fireworks from the patio and terrace.