Mostly, in middle England. Although in some places, a spark still burns...
"The Lewes Bonfire Night Celebrations has never been for the General Public’s benefit and never will be, it is solely for the believers in our way of remembrance of history...all the Lewes bonfire societies have a close but at times, a strained and antidisestablishmentarianistic working relationship with the Authorities and Services..."
They burn effigies of the Pope (amongst others), roll burning haystacks down the narrow streets and last I heard from one of a the few officers deployed on the outskirts: "Yeah, well, we just don't go in there, really." It's awesome.
It reminds me of the Fallas in Valencia, another huge, citywide festival of fire. I wrote a thing on it a while back, maybe I can dig it back up.