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Selby bonfire night

   The Selby bonfire night is famed for having one of the largest fireworks displays for miles around and this year is no different, it will take place on Saturday 31st of October, the night of Halloween. A bonfire will be accompanied by a fairground rides, attractions, food and refreshments. Minster Fm will be be hosting the event as games, competitors and live music will feature.   Bonfire and Firework Event  - 31 October 2015 Gates open at 6pm  The first firework will be lit by the Bishop of Selby on the Community Centre field, Scott Road, next to Sainsburys car park.  The Bonfire will be lit by the Mayor, Cllr Gavin Harding MBE and his consort. fairground rides and attractions, food and refreshments available and music from Minster FM.  The event usually finishes around 9pm  Some residents have spoken out at their dissatisfaction after the bonfire as been scheduled for the same night as Halloween, meaning some children will have to make the choice of taking part in halloween or attending the bonfire Selby Town council have stated that Saturday 31st October was the only realistic date the bonfire could be held.

 

The Selby bonfire night is famed for having one of the largest fireworks displays for miles around and this year is no different, it will take place on Saturday 31st of October, the night of Halloween. A bonfire will be accompanied by a fairground rides, attractions, food and refreshments. Minster Fm will be be hosting the event as games, competitors and live music will feature.

Bonfire and Firework Event - 31 October 2015 Gates open at 6pm

The first firework will be lit by the Bishop of Selby on the Community Centre field, Scott Road, next to Sainsburys car park.

The Bonfire will be lit by the Mayor, Cllr Gavin Harding MBE and his consort. fairground rides and attractions, food and refreshments available and music from Minster FM.  The event usually finishes around 9pm

Some residents have spoken out at their dissatisfaction after the bonfire as been scheduled for the same night as Halloween, meaning some children will have to make the choice of taking part in halloween or attending the bonfire Selby Town council have stated that Saturday 31st October was the only realistic date the bonfire could be held.

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