Bonfire Night will see Cumbria light up with remarkable firework displays.

This cherished annual celebration, anticipated for the vibrant bursts of colour scorching the cold night sky, will take place all across the county.

These firework displays are accessible via Stagecoach bus routes, eliminating parking struggles while adding the benefit of a capped £2 single fare.

November 3

Hayes Garden World in Ambleside invites fireworks enthusiasts with its delectable food and late-night shopping experience.

There will also be 10 per cent off Christmas items on the night.

Running from 6pm to 9pm, the event can be accessed via bus routes 505*, 555 and 599*, with Hayes Garden World being the designated bus stop.

However, care should be taken with timetables, as some services may conclude before the event does.

On the same evening, Coniston Sports & Social Centre is ablaze with their Bonfire and Firework Night.

The celebration kickstarts at 4pm, with bonfires from 6pm, fireworks from 7pm, and live music by Bowney Beak & Powney at 8pm.

Entry is by donation, and the event venue can be reached via the 505 bus route with The Crown inn as the bus stop.

There will be a BBQ and bar that will be cash only.

November 4

Carlisle makes its mark on the calendar with the spectacular Fireshow at Bitts Park.

The Fireshow will start at 6.30pm, with food and family entertainment at the Fireshow Village between 5pm and 8.30pm.

There will also be a central bonfire and more than 2,000 fireworks.

The spectacle can also be viewed from The Lookout at Tullie House.

Parkfoot Holiday Park, Pooley Bridge, Penrith will also be hosting its own Bonfire and Firework Display.

You can access this via bus route 508, stopping at Pooley Bridge, outside the Crown Inn.

TJ's Bar and Restaurant will host the display, with the bonfire lit at 7pm, and the fireworks starting at 7.30pm.

Live music will be performed by local band The Hoo at 8pm.

Tables can be booked for the event.

On the same day in Windermere, there's a Fireworks Extravaganza unfolding at the Rugby Union Football Club, with bands, fire eaters, a BBQ and the main firework show at 7pm.

Entry is by ticket only, and doors open at 5.30pm.

Proceeds will support Macmillan Nurses and Windermere Rugby Club development.

You can get there by bus route 6, 599, and 755 using the bus stop Royalty Cinema.

People are advised to check bus routes in advance as service may terminate before the event finish time.

November 5

Fibrus Community Stadium in Workington promises to 'Light up the Night'.

Workington Town Council are hosting the event which starts at 4pm.

As well as the main firework performance at 6pm, it also offers a funfair, fire eating and juggling acts by Matrix Circus from 5pm.

You can get to this event via bus routes 30 and 300, using the Tesco and Viaduct Hotel bus stop.

There is no car parking available at this event, except for disabled ticket holders.

Between 5pm and 7pm, Cockermouth also offers a family firework display in the Memorial Gardens.

You can get here via bus routes X4 and X5, using Main Street and Aldi bus stops.

The fireworks will start at 6pm.