Bonfire night comes so soon after Halloween, therefore it is often an issue of finding the right amount of cash to have a good night. All without it feeling cheap and not worth the hassle. Here are some options for Guy Fawkes Night on a budget.
Have a Family Party
Why not have the entire family round for a party at home. You can make the grub interesting, asking everyone to bring something of his or her own creation. Get all the kids involved in decorating and creating their own sparkler holders and home made firework displays in the safety of your outdoor space.
Take a Wander
Take a walk with loved ones around your neighbourhood. If the public displays are too expensive there are always other locations you can find. Then just take a seat and watch for free. If you’re lucky you can walk along taking in other people’s displays as well as the larger ones. You can pick up food along the way for a stroll hand-in-hand with the ones you love.
Look for Free Events
In each area there are always certain free events you can utilise. You don’t always have to pay over the odds for the massive displays in large parks and other public spaces in towns and city’s. Often they can be disappointing and over very quickly.
We hope your Guy Fawkes Night goes off with a bang this 5th November. There’s something for everyone, no matter your budget.