If you’re spending a late Autumn break, or a mini weekend at your static caravan chances are you might want to join in some North Wales Bonfire celebrations.
Can you believe that it’s now November, which conjures up pictures of cosy nights in front of the fire watching TV. The shops now filling up with wonderful Christmas goodies and of course the traditional British celebration of Guy Fawkes Night. Stay safe this bonfire night by attending an organised event in the North Wales region.
Colwyn Bay – Eirias Park to be held Friday, November 4th from 7pm
This bonfire and firework display is probably the nearest to Seldons Golden Gate Holiday Park. Entry is free, with a collection of cash donations with some of the proceeds for the Firefighter’s Charity.
Llandudno Junction Labour Club – Thursday, November 3rd
Fireworks display and funfair plus children’ entertainer. The funfair will be open from 4pm, with firework display commencing at 8pm.
Penmaenmawr Sailing Club – Saturday, November 5th
Their annual Fireworks display and bonfire is being held on the promenade and beach outside the Clubhouse. The bonfire will be ignited at 6.30pm, with the fantastic firework display commencing at 7pm. This display is being sponsored by the local Town Council and is expected to be a busy event.
Llanrwst, Glasdir Car park – Saturday, November 12th
This organised event, beginning around 7pm will feature not only an amazing firework display but also illuminated trees on the river bank, a fun fair and plenty of hot snacks and drinks. Free admission, but arrive early as they expect large crowds.
Have a safe Bonfire Night
Whatever you decide to do on November 5th, go to an organised event, celebrate with family and friends or set off your own fireworks, the number one priority is for your children to have enormous amounts of fun. Wrap up well and keep warm – boots, hats and thick gloves are a must. Make sure the kiddies stay well away from the fire as sparks can fly. It’s best to make sure that children are supervised at all times. Ensure that you follow these basic safety rules to be certain that no one has an accident or ends up in tears.
- Read the instructions on each firework – light them one at a time
- Keep naked flames, especially cigarettes, away from the fireworks
- If a firework appears not to take light, never return to it
- Never use petrol or paraffin on a bonfire
- Always wear gloves when holding a sparkler, and hold away from the face
- Don’t give sparklers to the under 5’s
Firework displays and parties can be fun if safety precautions are taken and rules are followed. From all at Golden Gate Holiday Centre – stay safe and have fun at the North Wales Bonfire Celebrations.