Welcome from the Chief Fire Officer
Trick or Treat?
With celebrations for Halloween and Bonfire Night fast approaching, we are joining with North Wales Police to urge people to 'Be a Nice Guy' with Operation ‘BANG’.
As part of this campaign, a variety of Halloween and bonfire activities will be taking place thoughout North Wales to engage with young people.
Every year, countless people risk being injured or burnt in the run up to the bonfire season when lighting bonfires and setting off fireworks.
Remember it is illegal to sell fireworks to anyone under the age of eighteen years old, and many types of fireworks are banned from sale to the public. Throwing fireworks in a public place is also illegal – and can incur a fine of up to £5,000
Attend an organised display
Our advice to the public is to stay safe and attend organised events - they provide the best entertainment, value for money and also ensure that families no longer need to put themselves at risk from the dangers of back-garden bonfire and firework parties.
For more details on bonfire ad firework safety please click here.
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