WHERE TO SEE THE FIREWORKS
This year’s displays
BRYNGWRAN: A fireworks night party at the Iorwerth Arms pub on Saturday November 4 from 7pm. Offering hotdogs and music from Judge-Mental.
BEAUMARIS: Bonfire and fireworks display on Saturday, November 4 on The Green and Pier from 7pm until 8.30pm. The Town Mayor will light the bonfire near the Lifeboat Slipway at 7pm and the fireworks will begin at 7.30pm. The entry charge will be £5 per person, but children under 12 will be admitted free. This year, Beaumaris Town Band will provide live entertainment before the event from 5.30pm with Y Moniars playing from 9pm. HOLYHEAD: Bonfire on Sunday, November 5 at Penrhos Beach from 6.15pm and fireworks at 7pm. Hosted by Holyhead & District Round Table. Admission for children free; adults £3 (all proceeds go to good causes).
TREARDDUR Bay Hotel: Charity Bonfire and Firework display on Friday November 3. Raising money for the Cancer Research UK appeal. Gates at 6pm, bonfire lit at 6.30pm, fireworks at 7pm. Free but donations requested.
If you find a dog: ANGLESEY COUNCIL WARDEN: 01248 75 28 20. Appointed kennels are: Nant y Corn, Abergele - 01745 824646 OR 07833 653350 Anglesey pet clinic hold strays until the kennels are open. For the out of hour’s stray dog service, members of the public should ring 01407 720800. This is the number for Bodrwnsiwn Vets who are the Acceptance Point for out of Hours Stray/lost Dogs,
BARMOUTH: Barmouth’s bonfire and firework display takes place on Friday October 27 2017 on the beach by the Bath House (LL42 1HB). Free entry. Call 01341 280787
CAERNARFON: Caernarfon Town Council’s annual fireworks display can be seen from the promenade area from 6.30pm on Saturday, November 4. CRICCIETH: Bonfire and firework display on the beach on Friday November 3. Fun gets underway at 6.30pm with the lighting of the bonfire with fireworks at 8pm. Hot street food is available along with live music and children’s entertainment. Free but donations are encouraged to pay for the fireworks.
PWLLHELI: Bonfire night at Glasfryn Parc. Starts at 6.30pm and all donations go to Wales Air Ambulance. Call 01766 810 000 for more information.
RHIW: Saturday November 4 from 6.30pm. The fireworks display will be on the common and homemade soup included in the price and will be served in the village hall after the display.
BALA: Gorwelion in Bala will hold their annual display on Friday November 3. Food will be available from 6pm, fireworks to start at 7pm. Mulled wine, hot dogs and burgers will be available from the shack. Fireworks visible from the cafe this year. FREE admission but please be generous with donations for fireworks
SHELL ISLAND: This year it will be held 27 – 28 October. The Friday night will have of a Halloween party for both adults and children, including trick or treat around the buildings for the children and fancy dress competition for both. On the Saturday night they host one of the biggest firework displays in the area all to music. Adult: £9.25 per night, Children: £4 per night, Dogs: £2.50 per night (Dogs are not permitted in the marquees).
If you find a dog: GWYNEDD COUNCIL WARDEN 01766 771000 08:30 - 16:00, Monday - Friday. Appointed kennels & out of hours contact: Available between 18:00 and 22:00, Monday - Friday, and between 09:00 &21:00 on weekends. Aber Falls Kennels, Abergwyngregyn - 01248 680769 Hengwrt Kennels, Dolgellau - 01341 422597