As Ayrshire residents make their plans for bonfire weekend, there are several large-scale displays are taking place across the region, with all welcoming visitors. 

Below are all the details you need to head along to displays in Troon, Ayr, Gilfoot, Kilwinning, Cumnock, Saltcoats and Girvan...



The club's annual display will kick off the weekend on Friday, November 3, as a paid event in South Ayrshire. 

Gates will open from 5pm with a fairground as well as multiple food and drinks vendors.

The fire will be lit around 6.30pm and choreographed fireworks will start at around 7.30pm.

Tickets can be booked online here.



This free event will be held on Sunday, November 5 at Jamieson Park in Newmilns from 6pm until 9pm.

The event is organised by the Gilfoot Tenants and Residents Association Action Group, and is sponsored by councillor Kevin McGregor and Saxen Commercial Interiors.

On the night there will be live music and light-up toys for purchase, with Frasers Snack Bar, The Traditional Fish and Chip Company, Donut Den and Frank's Ices providing food and drinks.



Girvan and District Attractions is hosting this free display on Saturday, November 4 on the promenade in the town. 

A fairground will run from 3.30pm to 6.30pm in the Quay Zone car park, with a novelty lights stall and food from 5pm to 7pm. 

The fireworks will start at 7pm, and donations can be made here.



The free event will take place on Monday, November 6,in the town's McGavin Park on Dalry Road - with plenty of entertainment for all the family.

Food outlets and kids' rides, where charges apply, at the Kilwinning park will open from 4.30pm, with fire acts to begin performing from 5.30pm, and free balloon art to start at 5pm.

There will be two displays taking place across the evening, beginning with a shorter family show, with "fewer bangs" at 6pm.

The "big show" will commence at a later time of 7.30pm.

Ahead of the event, organisers are encouraging all visitors planning on coming along to pay entry - gained via donation - in advance to speed up entry. However, donation buckets will be available for those unable to donate online.

Those looking to donate online can do so via



Run by the Troon Round Table, the family community fireworks display is planned this year for Saturday November 4.

The fireworks display is at 7.30pm with a funfair from 4pm to 9.30pm.

The event is non-ticketed but organisers ask for a suggested donation of £10 per family to help ensure that they can continue to run the event.



This free event will be open from 6pm, with a fairground coming down to the harbour which will be open until 10pm.

The display itself will start, courtesy of local pupil Erica Millar, at 7.45pm.



Organised by the Cumnock and District Round Table, this evening often draws in large crowds from across the town and beyond.

This year's event will take place from 6.30pm on Sunday, November 5 at Murray Park in Cumnock.

Those attending should aim to be at the park from around 6pm.

Access to the park is via the main entrance gate on Glaisnock Road only, with limited parking available at the nearby Caponacre Industrial Estate.

It's a free event, but donations can be made through collections buckets on the night, to help with planning for future events.

You can also support the funding by going to