Firework DisplayHalloween and Bonfire Night are on the horizon for the coming weeks, but it’s never too early to look ahead and especially when you have the chance of seeing some truly captivating fireworks light the North Wales sky in some of the most gorgeous surroundings.

We’ve consistently brought you the cream of the crop for bonfire and fireworks displays during November over the years, and 2015 is no different. November 5th is the date most people celebrate, but there are also many other displays on before and after everything goes boom on Bonfire Night.

Remember, remember the Fifth of November, The Gunpowder Treason and Plot…

This year you can expect some established displays like the one in Llandudno and a couple of smaller, more intimate shows to excite and delight people of all ages. There’s no better excuse to bring the family together than lighting a couple of sparklers and spectating the spectacular sky in style.

SAFETY:

It can be all too common a mistake to get wrapped up in the fun of Bonfire Night and forget some basic guidelines for staying safe. Considering some fireworks travel in excess of speeds of 150mph, you should take all the precautions you can. Even something as simple as a sparkler can cause health hazards if not used properly so be sure to consult the North Wales Fire and Rescue Team and to make sure no children are left unattended.

With that warning to bear in mind, it’s time to look forward to some of the fireworks displays throughout November that will bring some colour and excitement to our region’s sky! Contact: info@northwales.com for more info.

 

North Wales Bonfire and Firework Displays in 2015

Sunday 1st November 2015

Glyndyfrdwy Station: Part of the Ride the Rocket Firework Train event with Llangollen Railway, times and prices vary. Visit here for more details.

 

Monday 2nd November 2015

Betws y Coed: Bonfire & Firework display will take place at Pentre Du Playing Field at 6pm.

 

Thursday 5th November 2015

Penrhos Beach: A full Bonfire and firework display will take place at Penrhos Beach. Gates open at 5:45pm with the fireworks themselves being launched at 7pm.

Eirias Park: If you’re in Colwyn Bay, head on down to Eirias Park for a firework display at 7pm.

Llanbedr/Talybong: Bonfire & fireworks display at Mary Hughes Memorial Playing Fields, Talybont at 7pm.

Denbigh Castle: Fireworks display at 7pm. Parking available in the town’s car parks.

Rhyl: Bonfire & Fireworks display at the Showfield, Rhuddlan Road.

 

Friday 6th November 2015

Vale of Llangollen Golf Club: Opens at 6pm with free entry for kids and £4 for adults. Contact:01978 860906

Glan Conwy: There will be a fireworks display at Cae Fwt/Glan Conwy Football Ground, with a BBQ and Bar at 6pm.

 

Saturday 7th November 2015

Llandudno Pier: View from pier and promenade for free – 7th November around 7.30pm. If the weather is that suitable for the firework display on this date, the even will be postponed to Thursday 12th November 2015 – same time, same venue.

Llanrwst: Fireworks display at Plas yn Dre car park at 6:30pm.

Nant Hall: Starts at 6pm at Lyons Nant Hall, Prestatyn Road, Prestatyn, LL19 9LD. Completely free with a Hog Roast, live entertainment and bar open till late. Contact: 01745 886766

 

Sunday 8th November 2015

Bryn-y-Grog: £5 entry for a night at the Funfair with fireworks. Gates open at 4pm, fireworks commence at 7pm. Contact info@bryn-y-grog.com for more details.

Barmouth: Bonfire & fireworks display from 6:30pm

 

NorthWales.com have reached out to some of the organisers from last year to see if they’ll be returning, so as soon as we know, you’ll know!

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