November is a wonderful month; home to bonfire night, frosty mornings and crunchy leaves. Although the days might be shorter there is still plenty going on across the UK. So, if you’re wondering ‘what’s on in November’, and looking for a reason to wrap up warm and venture out of the house, there are some great events to choose from. Read on for a roundup of our favourite events taking place this November.
Hay Festival Winter Weekend
For a weekend of arts and literary fun, don’t miss a trip to Hay-on-Wye. The Hay Festival Winter Weekend will be taking place from 22nd November – 25th November 2018. Expect four days jam-packed with an amazing array of events from opera to talks and walks.
Real Ale Wobble
For anyone out there who enjoys cycling, likes real ale and wants to take part in a social event; the Real Ale Wobble is for you. Taking place on 17th November 2018 in Powys, Wales, this event involved a scenic mountain bike ride with plenty of beer and food too.
Firework Extravaganza at Kelham Hall
For a night of Bonfire Night fun, head over to Kelham Hall in Nottinghamshire. Taking place on the 3rd November 2018, the Firework Extravaganza will be complete with fireworks, live music, food and drink, and even fairground rides. It’s an evening of fun for all the family.
Christmas Lantern Procession
By the end of November, Christmas is on the horizon and it will be time to start getting into that festive spirit. Head over to Winchester on the 29th November 2018 for the beautiful Lantern Parade. Make a lantern and take part, or join the crowds to watch the parade pass by.
Glasgow’s Whisky Festival
Scotland is known for its amazing whisky distilleries. If you want a chance to sample some of the best whiskies from Scotland and around the world, then head to Glasgow on the 10th November 2018. Taking place in Scotland’s National Stadium there will be over 65 stalls at Glasgow’s Whisky Festival.