IT is that time of year again when we celebrate an attempt to blow up Parliament.

Guy Fawkes was unsuccessful but Bonfire Night gives people a chance to remember his exploits with a bang.

There are lots of organised fireworks displays around north Worcestershire over the next few days giving people plenty of opportunity to enjoy the celebrations in a safe and controlled environment.

Here are five of the biggest events in the region where huge displays will be lighting up the night sky this year.

KEMP Hospice is set to make fundraising go with a bang at family fireworks event celebrate Bonfire Night.

The hospice, which is marking it’s 50th anniversary this year, will be staging the event at the Stone Manor Hotel, in Stone near Kidderminster.

The event will take place on Saturday November 2, doors open at 6.30pm.

Entrance will cost £5 for adults and £3 for children under 10.

Tickets are available KEMP Hospice shops or by calling Hogarths Stone Manor reception on 01562 777555.

SIXWAYS Stadium is mixing Halloween and Bonfire Night for a spooktacular show tonight (Friday November 1).

Gates will open at 5.30pm and visitors will be able to meet a host of children’s characters around the stadium.

There will also be fairground rides, facepainting and lots of food and drinks options before the display begins at 7.30pm.

Tickets will cost £4 for juniors (ages 3-16) and £7 for adults, onsite parking will be available costing £5.

There are also hospitality boxes available to view the fireworks in style.

SKABUCKS will be among acts providing the live music at Bromsgrove’s big bonfire bash.

The event will be at Sanders Park, Kidderminster Road on Saturday November 2.

The evening will feature a funfair and fireworks from 5pm, entrance will cost £5 for adults and £3 for under 16s.

The show will be hosted by Malcolm Boyden from BBC Hereford and Worcester.

WEST Midlands Safari Park will be hosting a Bonfire Night event over two evenings.

The show will take place on Saturday November 9 and Sunday November 10.

The park will be open from 1pm and last entry will be at 6pm.

Attractions include live music, late-night rides a bonfire and spectacular fireworks display.

Popular park attractions open at the event will be Ice Age, Land of the Living Dinosaurs, Penguin Cove, Lorikeet Landing, Creepy Crawlies and Reptile World.

ABBA Bellas and Save The Date will be providing the live music at Arrow Valley Park’s free bonfire event.

The show, on Tuesday November 5, will include a funfair and fireworks.