THE skies were a blaze of colour over the weekend as thousands of people turned out for bonfires and fireworks displays.
Crowds flocked to Crosland Hill for the Huddersfield Pendragon Round Table's annual bonfire and fireworks display on Saturday night.
Sixteen members of the Round Table organised the event, in a field off Blackmoorfoot Road.
Spokesman Julian Goodall said: "It was a great success. We had a lovely evening.
"The weather was ideal and we had about 3,000 people fitted into the field.
"We built a massive bonfire the night before.
"Everything was fine. There were no accidents or injuries."
Chairman Alan Jones lit the fire and that was followed by a spectacular fireworks display, which could be seen for miles around.
There were also food stalls selling traditional bonfire fare, and attractions for the children.
The event is expected to have raised about £2,500, which will go to local good causes.
On Saturday night, Elland Round Table staged its annual charity bonfire and fireworks display on the recreation ground at Hullen Edge.
Chairman John Holmes said: "It was excellent. It went really well."
About 2,200 people attended and about £4,000 is thought to have been raised for good causes.
There was a huge bonfire, built during the day by members of the Round Table, and a stunning display of fireworks.
Another bonfire and fireworks display was held on Saturday night in Huddersfield.
It was at Woodfield Park, Lockwood, and was organised by Huddersfield Police.
Hundreds of people turned out on a cold dry evening and enjoyed the event.
There was also a bar, fairground stalls for young children and food stalls.
Twenty-four hours earlier, Halloween was celebrated with a bang at Huddersfield Rugby Union Football Club's ground at Lockwood Park.
A huge fireworks display was staged by the award-winning Huddersfield display company, Pyro 2000.
The evening also included a fancy dress competition for children, aged up to five and over 10.
A barbecue and refreshments were served and there were various other stalls and activities.
Children also had the chance to enter the Castle of Doom.
All the proceeds were for the mini and junior rugby section of Huddersfield Rugby Union Football Club.