Burnley Council is encouraging residents to remember the fifth of November and save money by buying early bird tickets for the annual community bonfire and firework display.
Early bird tickets for the Towneley Park event are available until October 26th, and will cost £2 each or £6 for a group of four.
Last year there was a rush to buy tickets in the last few days and we sold out completely, leaving many people dissapointedCoun. Bea Foster
After the deadline individual tickets will rise to £3 and group tickets will be £9.
The council’s executive member for leisure and culture, cllr Bea Foster, said: “Buying your tickets early means you can save money and be a part of a great community event that brings people of all ages together to enjoy a brilliant Bonfire Night.
“Last year there was a rush to buy tickets in the last few days and we sold out completely, leaving many people dissapointed, so don’t miss out this year and get your tickets well in advance.
“This is the safest and best way to enjoy Bonfire Night in Burnley, you can enjoy the biggest and brightest fire and fireworks for miles around.”
The tickets are already on sale at all Burnley Leisure sites, including St Peter’s and Padiham leisure centres, as well as Burnley Mechanics and Towneley Hall.
Parking passes for Riverside and Woodgrove car parks are also available at a cost of £5 per vehicle.
For safety reasons organisers have requested that no sparklers or fireworks are brought to th event, and have also confirmed that alcohol, glass bottle and pets are not allowed on the site.
The event is ticket only, and tickets must be bought before 5pm on November 5th.