Remember, remember the 5th of November. It’s that time of year again and we’ve compiled a list of firework and bonfire displays within North Wales to ensure you don’t miss out next weekend.

Wrap up warm, pick up some sparklers and meet up with friends and family to enjoy the spectacular firework displays hosted by your local town. Bonfire night is a great time for both children and adults alike. With many of the displays offering hot food and refreshments this year, it’s a perfect excuse for a get together.

If you are heading out to see one of the displays next week, remember to keep pets safely inside your home. You can help your pets feel safer whilst you are out enjoying the fireworks by ensuring your cats or dogs have a ‘safe space’ in which they can hide in if the noise gets a bit too much for them.

Thursday, November 3rd

Llanfairfechan – Kicking off the bonfire celebrations, this firework display starts at 6.40pm on Llanfairfechan’s promenade.

Friday, November 4th

Colwyn Bay – Head over to Eirias Park to see the annual Bonfire and Fireworks Show at 7pm. Entry is free, but donations will be encouraged over the course of the night, with 50% of proceeds going to a worthy cause, the Firefighters’ Charity.

Glan Conwy – A BBQ and magician show will accompany the Glan Conwy firework display. This event will be taking place at 6.30pm, at the Cae Ffwt football field. Admission fee is £2 for adults and £1 for children.

Saturday, November 5th

Anglesey

Beaumaris – The fireworks and bonfire display will be taking place on the pier between 7pm – 8.30pm. The Beaumaris Town Band Brassaholics Jazz Section are providing musical entertainment from 5.30pm, right up until the start of the firework display. The admission fee for this event is £5 for each person over the age of 12.

Holyhead – The Holyhead fireworks begin on Penrhos Beach at 7pm. The bonfire will be lit at 6pm. The admission charge for adults is £3, and all children go free.

 

Conwy

Llandudno – Unfortunately, the annual Llandudno fireworks display has been cancelled this year.

Penmaenmawr – At 7pm the fireworks display hosted by the Penmaenmawr Sailing Club will take place on the promenade and beach outside of the Club House. A bonfire will also be lit, starting at 6.30pm. It’s a good idea to head down before the bonfire starts, as hot food will be served from 6pm.

 

Denbighshire

Denbigh Castle – A firework display…with dragons! The duelling dragons will appear inside the castle, whilst visitors watch from the outside. At 7pm, the display will begin. A hog roast will also be served outside the castle.

Rhyl – A firework display will be held at Rhyl Showfield, situated on Rhuddland Road. The display begins at 7.30pm.

 

Gwynedd

Bangor – Various stalls, including a hot dog van will be present at Bangor’s fireworks display. The fireworks will begin at 7pm on Bangor Beach Road. Admission for this event is free, but as usual, donations will be accepted throughout the night.

Caernarfon – View the Caernarfon fireworks display from the promenade and Slate Quay, starting at 7pm.

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