This year I am heading out to a local firework show that is put on every year by the local fire service. They charge for entrance and they have music, food and stuff going on all night.
The money they raise goes towards their charity fund which local hospitals, schools, hospices etc can apply to for funding for specific equipment.
The great thing about them is that they fund items that other charities might not fund such as car seats, the extra large buggies for older children, specialist and sensory toys as well as smaller things like buggy covers. They write a cheque direct to the supplier and send it out to the professional so the item can be ordered for the family quickly with minimal delay.
The firework display is always really good and there is always a really amazing turn out too.
I wish that there were only scheduled displays - I hate the weeks leading up and after bonfire night which are basically an excuse for people to set off fireworks non-stop from like mid October until February!
My cats and the dog are terrified and it's a nightmare when your trying to drive and they keep going off.
It's also crazy how cheap they are too - I've seen them being sold in a local £1 shop, surely they cant be safe or rigorously tested at that price.
So in short - go to a professional display, stay safe and enjoy Bonfire Night