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The skies across Arran were lit up last weekend as islanders enjoyed Guy Fawkes night. Every village on the island staged their own bonfire and fireworks event with some on Saturday and the rest on Sunday, on which November 5 fell.
Lochranza launched their new community run display with fireworks over the castle and the Brodick display attracted a large crowd with the huge weekend super moon over the bay adding to the delights of the bonfire and fireworks on the green.
The Brodick bonfire and fireworks display. 01_B45fireworks01
The large Brodick crowd are bathed in the super moon as they watch the firework display. 01_B45fireworks02
Green for go at the Brodick display. 01_B45fireworks03
The spectacular display lights up the Brodick night sky. 01_B45fireworks05
Lochranza Castle is bathed in the light from the bonfire and firework display. Photo Anthony Brannan Photography NO_B45fireworks06
Onlookers watch the Lochranza display from behind the bonfire. Photo Anthony Brannan Photography NO_B45fireworks07