As we say goodbye to the warm summer sunshine, lighter evenings, shorts, flip flops and BBQ's, it's time to say hello to wellies, warm jumpers and fireworks.

2020 saw many venues call off firework displays due to Covid-19 restrictions, however the easing of restrictions have meant Firework displays across Hampshire have been given the green light.

Here are five best fireworks displays in Hampshire this November:

Spooks and Sparks Fireworks Spectacular - Hiltingbury school, Chandlers Ford

Hiltingbury School are putting on their firework display on Thursday 4th November. With gates opening at 6:00pm and fireworks starting at 7:00pm, you can find a Halloween DJ, glow sticks, glow in the dark paint, a BBQ, hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows, as well as a bar for the adults.

Tickets are £5 and can be purchased here, and will go up to £6 after 30th October.

Ageas Bowl Fireworks Display, Southampton

The Ageas Bowl Firework display is taking place Friday 5th November and is described to be "bigger and better than ever before" with a funfair, music, prize giveaway and a 20-minute firework display.

Gates open at 6:00pm with a range of snacks, food and drink on display before the fireworks display starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are available to purchase here

Light Up Winchester

Taking place 6th November, Winchester's biggest fireworks display will be held online for another year. Light Up Winchester will start at 6:30pm and can be viewed here

Last year, event organisers Winchester Round Table raised £30,000 for charity.

Totton Fireworks Display

This year, Totton Firework display takes place Sunday 7th November and will host by a DJ, along with children's fairground rides and stalls, outside and inside bars and hot refreshments. Starting at 4:30pm, the event will feature a hog roast and a BBQ, before the firework display starts at 6:30pm.

Petersfield Fireworks

Petersfield fireworks display is back for the 30th year and will take place on Saturday 6th November 2021. The event will donate all proceeds to local charities and good causes, after raising £100,000 in the last 10 years.

Gates open at 5:30pm, along with bars and food. A bonfire will be lit at 6:30pm before a spectacular fireworks display starts at 7:00pm. Tickets can be purchased here