Bonfire Night will soon be upon us, and there are a number of events going on in Sussex to celebrate the occasion.

It falls on Friday November 5 and there are many displays planned around the region.

Also known as Guy Fawkes night, it commemorates the occasion when Fawkes was arrested whilst guarding explosives that had been placed underneath the House of Lords.

We have rounded up several fireworks displays you can attend next week.

Where can you go for Bonfire Night fireworks displays in Sussex?

Slinford Bonfire and Fireworks

Where: The Red Lyon, 1 High Street, Slinfold, RH13 0RR

When: Saturday November 6

The annual celebration of Bonfire Night takes place at the Red Lyon Inn at Slinford.

Gates open at 6.30pm, with food and drink being served alongside a live band.

The bonfire is then lit at 7.30pm, with the fireworks shortly after at 8pm.

Tickets can be purchased here.

Firle Bonfire Night

Where: Firle Place, West Firle, East Sussex BN8 6LP

When: Saturday October 30

This event begins with a torchlit procession through the village to Firle Place, where a bonfire will be set alight.

The fireworks display will start shortly after that, with there being food and a licensed bar to enjoy at the site.

Tickets are £8.50 for adults, with children aged under 13 getting in for free.

They can be purchased at the website here.

Saffron Sports Club Fireworks Display

Where: Saffron Sports Club, Compton Place Road, Eastbourne

When: Friday November 6

The night will include fairground attractions, food and drink stalls, and a display from Frontier Fireworks from 7.30pm.

Tickets are available on the night – £5 for adults, £3 for under 12s, and £15 for a family of four.

Worthing Lions Fireworks Display

Where: Worthing Pier

When: Friday November 5

The fireworks are set to be let off at 8pm, which can be seen from the Worthing promenade and beach.

Prior to the fireworks and afterwards there is the Coles Fun fair and stalls selling a wide range of food.

The display will be free, with the Worthing Lions covering the coast from donations and sponsors.