When staying at our caravan parks in North Wales over the coming weeks, leading up to Bonfire Weekend on November 5, you don’t want to miss seeing a spectacular firework display that will light up the skies. Make sure the night is full of sparkle, and head to any of these displays taking place near our parks.Glan Conwy On Friday 4 November, at 6.30pm, this family-friendly event will not just have fireworks but a barbecue and magician the kids will enjoy. Taking place at Cae Ffwt football field, tickets are £2 for adults and £1 for children. Abergele On Saturday 29 October you can enjoy two sets of firework displays on Pensarn Beach, starting with a small one for toddlers at 6.30pm. From 7pm onwards there will be a large bonfire, and the main firework display starting at 7.45pm. Spectators are invited to arrive between 5pm and 6pm to get the best view. Admission is £7 for a family (two adults, two children) or £2.50 adults, and £1 for over five-year-olds. Llandudno At Llandudno Pier on Saturday 5 November, the firework display begins at 7.30pm. Spectators can stand on the North Shore beach or Promenade. The event is free, with donations welcome. If the weather is bad, the display will be postponed until Tuesday 8 November Denbigh Castle On Saturday 5 November the firework display at Denbigh Castle will take place inside the castle, with spectators outside on the grounds. Admission is free, and there will also be a hog roast and light refreshments for sale. Rhyl Taking place at Rhyl Showfield, Rhuddland Road, on Saturday 5 November from 7.30pm, the firework display is not far from our caravan park in Rhyl. There will also be a bonfire lit at around 7pm. Spectators are encouraged to arrive before. Ruthin On Friday 4 November at the Llanfwrog Community Centre, there will be a display by The Twinkles at 6.30pm and the fireworks at 7.15pm. There will be a burger stand and a bar, plus a selection of stalls from local shops too. The display is free but donations are welcome.