Bonifire Night is just around the corner and if you are unsure of what display to go to this year, we've found a pretty special one.
Located in the leafy village of Chiddingfold, the annual event incorporates all the magic of a traditional fireworks display complete with a torch lit procession involving all members of the family.
This year the celebrations will take place on Saturday November 2 with the fun starting at 5pm.
The free event is open to the public and volunteers begin building the bonfire as early as September.
As usual, road closures will be in place to facilitate the procession involving 400 wax candle torches.
These will be available for adults to buy for £6 each on the night from 6.30pm at St Mary’s School.
Once all the torches have been handed out and lit, the procession is led by a mobile sound system along the closed roads and onto the village green where the bonfire is stationed.
As well as the enchanting procession, the evening will feature food and drink stalls offering hot refreshments to keep visitors toasty, including mulled wine and burgers, a grand draw and of course a colourful fireworks display.
Park and ride shuttle buses will be available to visitors at the start and at the end of the evening, with a bus running every 20 minutes or so.