The Cassiobury Park fireworks display is set to take place this weekend - the biggest free event in the county. 

With thousands expected to flock to the town again on Saturday, we've rounded up everything you need to know ahead of the event.

Thankfully it is still set to proceed despite the unsettled weather forecast to hit the region this week, according to the borough council.

Watford Observer: The fireworks display will be on Saturday, November 4. The fireworks display will be on Saturday, November 4. (Image: Pexels)

When does it start? 

The event begins at 6pm on Saturday, November 4.

The fireworks start at 7.30pm, with the event ending around 8.30pm. 

Where is it? 

It is at Cassiobury Park. 

Address: Glade Ave, Watford WD18 7LG.

What is the parking like?

The council has confirmed that there will be no parking in the Glade Avenue Car Park from 3pm, except a few blue badge spaces which are only available on a first come first serve basis.

Parking restrictions will be in place across the roads surrounding the parks from 7am to 11pm on the day of the fireworks.

There is also a promotion on Beryl Bikes, which will offer unlimited rides all day, with journey lengths capped at 30 minutes.

What will be there?

There will be food and drink outlets, children’s funfair rides, bungee trampolines, and a bouncy slide available to enjoy.

This is as well as the fireworks display being put on by Frontier Fireworks. 

How much does it cost? 

The event is free. 

Watford Lions Club will be there collecting money for local causes.  

Weather Forecast

The forecast, according to the Met Office, is looking mainly clear for the event. 

There will be some rain during the day but as it gets closer to the display the rain should fade. 

It is expected to be around 9 degrees during the evening.