PEOPLE from across Craven flocked to various Bonfire Night celebrations at the weekend.

The ruins of Bolton Abbey Priory were lit up and provided the perfect backdrop for a dazzling fireworks display on Sunday evening.

In addition to a big bonfire, Bolton Abbey Bonfire Night celebrations included entertainment by fire eaters. There was also a funfair for the children.

Thornton Hall Country Park hosted 1,000 visitors at another sell-out firework and bonfire extravaganza on Saturday.

The event included live music by local singer and musician Tom Scothern and fire eating entertainment by Fantasia Dance Ltd in Colne.

The Griffin family, who had travelled an hour to the farm, said: "Organisation was second to none. This was our first fireworks visit and we travelled an hour to get there and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves ... all 7 of us!"

The farm park will now get ready for Christmas, where visitors will have a choice of 'A Christmas Adventure at Thornton Hall Farm' or 'Dine with Santa'.

Addingham Primary School held its annual fireworks extravaganza on Saturday.

In addition to the bonfire and fireworks, there was a barbecue, bouncy castle, S'mores and marshmallow tent, tuck shop, glow shop and face painting.