FIREWORKS lit up the sky all over Huddersfield as the town celebrated Bonfire Night.
While some people celebrated with a small bonfire and fireworks display at home last night, others ventured out to the many organised displays that were held across the town.
In Lockwood, a community bonfire was held on the village green, off Jacobs Row.
It was organised by the Lockwood and Salford Village Green Committee and featured a Guy Fawke's competition, a fireworks display, a barbecue and raffle.
A special Bonfire Night celebration was held at Highfields School, Edgerton, by the Huddersfield Lions Club.
The Lions have been hosting the event at the school for 15 years.
Fireworks were provided at a discount price by Crosland Hill firm Black Cat and food was sold by the Lions.
All proceeds from the sales were donated to Highfields School.
A disco was also held at the event.
* Two events by Huddersfield YMCA's junior rugby section, Laund Road, Salendine Nook, were a rip-roaring success.
More than 1,500 people were at a sponsored bonfire and fireworks display which raised £1,000 for the rugby section.
Children aged from four to 14 wore fancy dress for a Halloween party. The get-together at the YMCA centre was sponsored by Pattersons Caterers and started with a spooky quiz followed by party games.
* Bonfire Night is celebrated on November 5 to mark the arrest of Guy Fawkes in 1605.
* Fawkes and 13 other conspirators plotted to blow up the Houses of Parliament and King James I with gunpowder on November 5, 1605.
* Fawkes was arrested after one of the conspirators - Frances Tresham - warned a lord about the plot.
* Fawkes was tortured for four days before he revealed the identity of his co-conspirators.
* All but Frances Tresham were hung, drawn and quartered. Tresham died of illness. Fawkes met the punishment reserved for traitors on January 31, 1606.
* Until 1959, it was illegal not to celebrate the date of Fawkes' arrest.