Tring people are being asked to vote for their favourite Guy Fawkes effigy on a social networking site.
An album has been uploaded to the Festival of Fire Facebook page, and the Guy with the most ‘likes’ will be taken into consideration by TV celeb Lisa Faulkner, who will choose the final winner on the night.
The countdown has well and truly begun for the revamped fireworks event at Tring Cricket Club on Saturday, when gates will open at 5pm.
Children from local schools and groups will parade their Guys down the High Street before the official lighting of the bonfire at 6.30pm.
The entertainment programme includes local youngsters performing in bands, tunes from the Max Choir and All Stars Academy from Berkhamsted, who will be treating festival-goers to a dance and drama show.
An all-action show from professional group Wrestleforce will follow, before the fireworks display gets under way with a musical accompaniment for the first time ever.
Visitors will be able to choose from a tempting array of different foods and drink on the night, including pulled pork baps, toffee apples and pints of Tring Brewery’s Gunpowder Ale.
But children must watch out for Guy Fawkes himself, who may pay a visit and try to stop the show! Tring Rugby Club is on hand to make sure there’s no trouble, but it’s urging all youngsters to come along and help make sure the fireworks still go off with a bang.
Tickets will be available on the gate, with families costing £16, adults £6, under 16s £4 and under fives going free.