THINGS are sure to go off with a bang in the region!

A number of bonfire and fireworks displays have been organised at a host of venues on and around November 5.

Corwen's fireworks display will return bigger and better than ever.

After a break of a couple of years, the display is back at the War Memorial Park on the evening of Monday, November 5.

"It's a tradition in Corwen to have it on the 5th, unless it's a Sunday," said organiser Tristan Dodd.

The event starts at 6pm with a "fizz".

This is a quieter display for younger children, which is conducted with music.

Then, from 7pm, the main two-part display will; get underway.

Prior to the fireworks and at half-time during the display, food will be on sale.

Steven Caldwell will be doing some of the catering and he is well-known for his pumpkin soup, which will be for sale on the evening.

There will also be items such as chilli con carne, popcorn, hotdogs and toffee apples.

In addition, during the interval, live music will be supplied by local band Face Value.

Members of the local fire brigade will be on site and they will also help to marshal the evening.

Entry is free of charge and there will be bucket collections on the evening.

Denbigh Castle will be the setting for a big display on the evening of Monday, November 5.

This free event will start at 7pm.

There will be refreshments and food available on the night, while roads around the castle will be closed between 6pm and 8pm.

Denbigh Town Council is grateful for the donation by Shon and Nic Powell, of Lockstock, which secures the annual event.

Thanks also go to Alwyn Dowell, of Uproar Fireworks, in Ruthin, for creating the spectacular fireworks display each year.

The Town Council is also grateful for the support of the stewards at the event, ensuring the safety of residents and visitors alike.

At nearby Ruthin, the annual fireworks display will take place on Saturday, November 3.

The colourful display will be at The Centre, on Mwrog Street.

A Twinkles display for youngsters will take place at 6.30pm, with the main display getting underway at 7pm.

Entry is free to the event, while there will be a bucket collection on the night.

The fireworks event is organised by Ruthin Forward, Uproar Fireworks and The Centre, and it is being sponsored by Ruthin Town Council.

Saturday, November 3 will also be marked by the Pentredwr Bonfire Night event, near Llangollen.

The annual bonfire and firework display will welcome people to Pentredwr School.

The event will be held from 6.30pm on November 3.

At this family friendly event, a barbecue and refreshments will be available.

Also in the Dee Valley, people can get on the rails to make sure that things go off with a bang!

Llangollen Railway will play host to a Ride The Rocket Firework Train.

It will take place between 6 and 8.30pm on Saturday, November 3.

Interested parties can enjoy an evening train journey to Carrog and on the way back, they can stop off at Glyndyfrdwy Station for fireworks.

An on board bar will be selling alcohol and soft drinks, while hot refreshments will be available to purchase at Glyndyfrdwy Station.

The train departs Llangollen Station at 6pm and returns at approximately 8.30pm.

Fares are priced at £18 for adults and £12 for children, while it is free for those under the age of three.

See for further information.

On Saturday evening, November 3, a Bonfire Night display will take place at Garn Park, in Henllan.

It will start at 5.30pm.