Bonfire night will be marked by a community event in Bingham for the first time in more than a decade.
The event, a week on Saturday, at Butt Field Sports Club will include two fireworks displays, a bonfire, an open-air performance by Toot Hill Big Band and a late night disco.
Mr Steve McRobie, the sports club chairman who helped organise the event, is looking for up to 60 volunteers to help take entrance money, sell programmes, raffle tickets and serve refreshments.
He said the event cost around £3,000 to run and he has urged people to go along and help make it a success.
“It has been completely volunteer run,” he said.
“It is a community event. We just hope that the public of Bingham support us and turn up on the night.
“A lot of people are yet to see the new facilities at Butt Field so it can be a nice night out for families to come down and see them.”
Preparations started in May and Mr McRobie said he was surprised at how much organising it had taken.
He said there were no plans to organise a guy competition but anyone interested in running one should contact him.
Butt Field got permission to use land, which it leases from the town council, a year ago but organisers ran out of time to organise the event.
Anyone interested in volunteering or running a guy competition should contact Mr McRobie by emailing [email protected]