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Firework displays in Wales: What’s on and where


Sparks in the Park – Cooper’s Field, November 2

Gates open 4:30 pm

Children’s Fireworks Display 5.45pm

Bonfire 6:15pm

Fireworks set off at 7:00pm (display lasts approx 30 minutes).

Now a staple part of Cardiff’s Bonfire Night celebrations, Sparks in the Park is organised by the Cardiff Round Table and takes place against the backdrop of the castle.

There are limited numbers allowed on the field – so to guarantee entry buy in advance – there is also up to 25% discount from the on-the-night price.

Ticket prices- in advance

Family*- £15

Adult – £7.5

Child (age 3-15)- £3.75

Buy now at  for a discount

Ticket prices- on the day:

Family*- £20

Adult – £10

Child (age 3-15) – £5

* Family ticket is for two adults and two children.

Attractions include a fairground, beer tent, jumbo screen and food stalls.


Sparks in the Dark – St Helen’s Ground, November 5

Enjoy a spectacular display from award-winning Jubilee Fireworks with pre-display entertainment provided by children’s entertainers and live music from The Wave and Swansea Sound

Special Guests

Lucy Spraggan (X Factor)
Nu Skool (Britain’s Got Talent)
Pre Skool (Britain’s Got Talent)
215 ATC
No Obligation

Tickets can be bought at a discounted price up until midnight on November 4

Family ticket – 2 adults and up to 3 children £15

Standard ticket £4.50

Concession ticket (under 16s students and OAP) £3.50

Passport to Leisure £3 (children under 3 go free)

On the day/gate prices are:

Family £20

Standard ticket £5.50

Concession ticket £4.50

Tickets are available from:


Telephone: Swansea Tourist Information Centre  – 01792 637300

In person:   Mumbles Tourist Information Centre , all Active Swansea Leisure Centres and The Swansea Contact Centre (Civic Centre).

Map: Some of the main firework displays in Wales 2013


Caerphilly Castle Fireworks Display – Caerphilly Castle, November 2, 7pm.

This annual fireworks display organised by Caerphilly Town Council promises a spectacular sight. With the majestic Caerphilly Castle as the backdrop.

The fireworks display will start at 7pm prompt. Crescent Road will be closed to traffic from 5pm – 9pm, there will be no access from Nantgarw Road and no parking is allowed in this area.

Best viewing areas from Crescent Road Dafydd Williams Park. No sparklers are allowed.

Free entry


Ynysangharad War Memorial Park Pontypridd, November 3, Gates Open 5.30pm (display to start at 7.30pm)

Fireworks Extravaganza with Capital Radio, funfair rides and food stands for all the family to enjoy.


£5 per person (14 or over)

£3 per person (under 14s)


Barry Fireworks Fiesta – Barry Island Seafront, 5 November, 7:45pm

Enjoy the fireworks extravaganza, organised by Barry Rotary Club and supported by the Vale of Glamorgan Council and Barry Town Council.

The display starts at 7:45pm.

Join Barry Tourist Railway and travel to Barry Island from Barry Waterfront, avoiding taking your car across the busy causeway road.


Fireworks Spectacular – Celtic Manor Resort, November 2 –  event has now sold out but if you have tickets you can  enjoy a fabulous fireworks extravaganza with a dazzling display.

There will also be live music and entertainment, children’s funfair rides, a licensed bar and even a special appearance from the resort mascots.  There’s also a hog roast, hot dogs, burgers and toffee apples.


Round Table Fireworks Display – Pontypool Park, 5 November, 6pm (display starts at 6:30pm)

The fireworks will be synchronised to music. Free glow sticks for children.

The first 10 minutes will be a display for young children. There will be a short break followed by the main display.

Gates will be open at 6:00pm and entertainment starts at 6:30pm. Fireworks start around 7pm.

Food and refreshments will be available.

This is Pontypool Round Table’s largest fundraising event and all money raised goes to local good causes.

Ticket prices:

Adult £5
Child £3
Family £15


Milford Haven Round Table Fireworks Display – Observatory Field, November 5

Organised by the local Round Table it’s best to check their website for more details


Lampeter Round Table Firework Display – Gwili Tractors (North Road), November 5, 7pm

This event is organised by the Round Table in Lampeter and takes place behind the Rugby Club on North Road.

Refreshments are available and all proceeds go to local charities.

Admission prices on the night:

Adults £3
Children £2
Students £2.50


Welshpool Town Fireworks Display – Maes y Dre Recreation Ground, November 2, 6pm

The 2013 Welshpool Firework Display will be held again at Maesydre Recreation Ground on Saturday November 2.

The gates will be open to the public at 6pm but organisers are reminding people that there is NO vehicular access to the site. Entry is via the canal path only with the first firework to be lit at 7pm.

There will be a bouncy castle, hot drinks stall and Rikki Lloyd will be providing a Hog Roast and Burgers. Other organisations and business stands will be present.

Entry will again be free but residents are welcome to make a donation towards the cost of the display on the night.

Organisers also warn that fireworks must not be brought onto the site by visitors


Denbigh Castle Firework Display – Denbigh Castle, November 5,  7pm

This display is coordinated by Uproar Fireworks and takes place in the magnificent setting of Denbigh Castle.

It is a free event, but be sure to turn up early to get a good viewing spot. Food and refreshments are available from the nearby cafes, pubs and restaurants.


Holyhead Beach Firework Display – Penrhos Beach, November 5, 5:30pm (display starts at 7pm)

Once again Holyhead Round Table will be organising the annual Bonfire and Firewrok display on Penrhos beach.

Gates open 5:30pm

Please DO NOT bring your own fireworks or sparklers…..

Volunteers to help build the bonfire should be on Penrhos beach for 9:30am on the day.


Adults £3
Children FREE


Llandudno Firework Display: View from pier and promenade for free – November 2 approx 7.30pm


Colwyn Bay Firework Display – Eirias Park annual display in large park and lake area. Bonfire lit at 7.15pm and fireworks begin approximately 7.30pm


Pwllheli Fireworks Display: Glasfryn Activity Parc annual bonfire and fireworks display on Saturday 3rd November at 6pm

Free for all ages


Abergele Fireworks Display: Pensarn Beach, November 2. Toddler’s event at 6:15 pm before main display at 7:30 pm

£5 for a family ticket


Rhyl Fireworks Display: The Showfield November 5 at 6pm

£1 adults

Children under 12 free with an adult


Llanwrst Fireworks Display: Free display at the Glasdir community park on November 9, all welcome.


Llanberis Fireworks Display: Llanberis Community Centre at 6:30 pm on November 8 – all ages welcome.

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