Watford Bonfire Night fireworks return to Cassiobury Park this year - and it's the largest free display in the county.

The free display will start at 7.30pm on Saturday, November 4, but there is plenty of entertainment before the main event.

Popular band Pat and the Butchers are due to perform at 6pm before the stunning fireworks display, along with Vibe 107.6FM playing music and holding contests on stage.

There will be food and drink stalls, along with children’s rides, bungee trampolines, and a bouncy slide.

Watford mayor Peter Taylor, said: “We can’t wait to once again welcome residents and visitors to our fantastic display in Cassiobury Park.

"This is the largest free firework display in Hertfordshire, and it promises to be a great opportunity to come together with friends and family to share in the magic and wonder that firework displays bring.

“These large events around bonfire night also reduce the number of smaller domestic displays, improving safety and reducing widespread disruption across a number of nights. I look forward to seeing everyone there.”

Watford Lions Club will be collecting money for charity and has set up a Just Giving page for those who cannot donate on the night

There is no parking at Gade Avenue car park from 3pm, with parking restrictions on roads around the park.

People have been asked to find alternative transport for the event that runs from 6pm to 8.30pm.