IT may be November but there is still lots of activities taking place in Warrington this weekend.

From markets to Vikings and Christmas to there are plenty of things to enjoy in the borough.

Here is our pick of the best:

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH ON > FRIDAY

Warrington Guardian:

The free event in Golden Square features a Greatest Showman theme.

Entry under the old Fish Market is available from 4.45pm with the entertainment starting at 6pm.

Full details here

VIKING DAY > SATURDAY

Warrington Guardian: Warrington Museum

The Vikings will take over Warrington Museum and Library on Saturday from 11am until 3pm.

Taking centre stage in the library will be Viking reenactors, who are set to entertain audiences with a number of authentic games and live music, while storytellers from Imagining History recount the Mighty Myths of Thor and Loki by delivering two 45-minute performances, one at midday and one at 2pm.

Meanwhile, visitors can cast their eyes over artifacts while budding artists can try their hands at making Thor’s famous hammer pendant upstairs in the museum between 1pm and 3pm.

Full details here

MAKERS MARKET > SUNDAY

Warrington Guardian:

Grab a treat at the popular Makers Market in Queen's Gardens from 11am.

Warrington-born Frank Melling, who has 22 successful books to his names, will be at the Makers Market, performing readings from his new collection of short stories 'A Sixpence in the Settee'.

FIREWORKS > Friday and Saturday

Warrington Guardian:

Bonfire Night may have been Tuesday but you can catch the last of the organised displays this weekend.

MUSICAL FIREWORK EXTRAVAGANZA Twiss Green Primary School, Culcheth, Friday

Gates open at 6.30pm, fireworks are at 7.30pm. There will also be fairground rides, hot drinks and food by The Raj

BROOMFIELDS JUNIOR SCHOOL Appleton, Saturday.

Gates open at 6pm. Firework display at 7.30pm.

APPLETON THORN PRIMARY SCHOOL Saturday, from 6pm