IF you’re planning to remember remember the fifth of November, here’s where you can enjoy bonfire night celebrations in and around Ryedale.

Sandburn Hall, Flaxton, is celebrating tonight (Friday) from 5pm.

An impressive list of entertainments will include an outdoor disco, a hog roast and bar, a pancake and waffle stand, a funfair and firebreathers.

The bonfire will be lit at 5.30pm, fireworks from 7pm.

Tickets are £7.50 for adults and £5.50 for children under 12. Free entry for anyone with a table booked at Tykes.

The Stone Trough Inn, in Kirkham Abbey, is hosting a free family night in aid of Yorkshire Air Ambulance tonight (Friday).

Gates open at 6pm, with the bonfire at 6.30pm and a fireworks display at 7.30pm.

The Easingwold Scout’s bonfire will raise much-needed funds for the local scout group.

It takes place on Saturday at the Maize Maze field on the A19.

Gates at 6pm, bonfire lighting at 6.15pm and professional fireworks display at 7pm. The cost is £4 per person or £15 for a family of four.

The village of Dunnington is having an evening of fireworks and live music on Saturday, with fire artists and live music.

Ahead of the main display on Eastfield Lane, there will be a five-minute quiet display for people who do not like loud noise, followed by a taster of the night’s live music from York band Sister Madly.

Gates open at 3.30pm, with the bonfire at 5pm and the quiet fireworks at 5.30pm. The main display will kick-off at 6.30pm.

Tickets cost £9 per person, with family tickets at £35.

Jubilee Park in Fangfoss is having its annual bonfire and firework display on Saturday.

Included in the fun will be competitions for the best lantern and the best guy.

All profits will go towards the park maintenance fund.

Gates at 6pm, bonfire at 6.30pm, fireworks at 7pm. Tickets cost £5 per adult and £2.50 per child, a family ticket is £12.

Selby’s bash is on the Community Centre field on Saturday and boast fairground rides and music from Minster FM.

Gates at 6pm, with two rounds of fireworks at 7pm and 7.30pm.

The event is free. Proceeds go to Marie Curie Cancer Care and St Leonard’s Hospice.

Crayke is having its fireworks party on Bonfire Night itself.

The evening’s fun takes place at Crayke Sports Club.

Gates at 6pm, fireworks at 7pm. Adults £3, children £1. No sparklers please.

Wombleton's bonfire and fireworks night starts at 6pm on Monday on the village sportsfield.

Tickets are £4 for adults and £2 for children. Hot food available. Proceeds to

Wombleton Sports and Recreation Club. No sparklers.

Pocklington’s bonfire is on West Green Field on Monday from 5pm.

The event has been planned by Pocklington Town Council and all proceeds will go to the Mayor’s charities.

Tickets on the night cost £5 per adult, 14s-17s cost £3, with under-14s free. Bonfire at 5.30pm, with the fireworks at 6.30pm.

In advance, tickets are £4 and £2.50 at pocklingtonartscentre.co.uk or from the council offices, the arts centre or JJP Print, George Street. No sparklers.

Sutton upon Derwent’s display starts at 5pm on Monday.

The beacon on Main Street will be lit at 5.30pm, with the fireworks at 6.30pm.