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Bonfires in Leeds

Grab your scarves and wrap up warm and get ready to stand in the chill of a November evening whilst the sky lights up above you.

Bonfires in Leeds

Here’s an overview of bonfires near you…

Woodhouse Moor

Close proximity for Arena Village, Sugarwell Court, Woodhouse Flats and Carnegie Village Residents. Free entry.

Be prepared to get there early as it gets busy, the show starts around 7.00pm. Why not take advantage of local drinking spots before the show such as; The Hyde Park, Hyde Park Book Club, LS6 Café, The Library and The Eldon.

Roundhay Park

Bus journey ride from Leeds City Centre (Bus numbers 12 and 2 serve Roundhay Park (For more information check out www.wymetro.com) The Bonfire will be lit at 7.30pm with the fireworks display commencing at 8.00pm. Free entry. Food and drink vendors available.

Bramley Park

Close proximity for Kirkstall Brewery residents. Free entry. The bonfire will be lit at 7.00pm with the fireworks display starting at 7.30pm.

Kirkstall Bridge Pub

Close proximity for Kirkstall Brewery residents. The fun starts from 7.00pm. A huge bonfire and fireworks display plus traditional bonfire food of Pie and Peas and other treats. Outside bar in a marquee.

Further Afield

Did you know, Guy Fawkes was born at a house in Stonegate, York. For an alternative Bonfire Night experience why not visit “The Guy Fawkes inn” pub and restaurant in York, in the shadow of York Minster, is the site of the birthplace of Guy Fawkes. For information on trains leaving Leeds City station to York check www.wymetro.com.

Bonfire Recipe

In Yorkshire, Bonfire Night wouldn’t be the same without some traditional Bonfire Night Yorkshire Fayre. Why not get together with flatmates to try one of Yorkshire’s infamous recipes before heading out into the night.

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