Bonfire Night is only round the corner and North Wales will be set alight with fireworks and bonfires. This years Bonfire Night falls on a Monday (5th November of course) but many bonfire celebrations will be taking place over the weekend, take a look at our Sound Radio Wales bonfire list below!
Ruthin – Saturday 3rd November, The Centre – Childrens Fireworks at 6:30pm, Main fireworks display 7pm
Rhyl – Monday 5th November, Rhyl Snowfield, Firework display from 7:30pm
Llangollen – Saturday 3rd November, Pentredwr Community Centre, 6:30pm
Buckley – Sunday 5th November, Higher Cimmon, Hawkesbury Road, 6:30pm – Free entry with donations.
Flint: Friday 2nd November, Flint Castle. Fireworks 7:15pm. Family £10, adult £4, children £1, all proceeds to the RNLI.
Queensferry: Saturday 3rd November. Bonfire 7:10pm, Fireworks 7:20pm.
Llandudno – Saturday 27 October, 6:30pm, North Shore promenade
Abergele – Saturday 3rd November, Pensarn Beach – Bonfire 7pm, Firework at 7.45pm. Admission for adults £2.50 over fives £1, or £7 per family
Colwyn Bay – Monday 5th November, Eirias Park, Bonfire 7:15pm Fireworks 7:30pm, Free entry with optional donations (50% to Firefighters Charity)
Bangor: Monday 5th November, Beach Road Bangor from 6:30pm. Free entry.
Beaumaris – Saturday 3rd November, 7pm, Beaumaris Pier
Caernarfon – Monday 5th November – 7pm, Promenade, Free but donations welcome
Holyhead – Monday 5th November. Penrhos Beach – Bonfire Lit 6:15pm Firework display 7pm – Adults £3, Children (under 16) Free