PLENTY of organised firework displays are taking place across Anglesey and Gwynedd.

Here is where you can go if you want your Guy Fawkes celebrations to go with a bang.

Bangor: Monday, November 5 Bangor Fireworks Display, at Beach Road, Bangor from 6.30pm. Free.

Amlwch - Friday, November 2, at Cae Madyn at 6pm.

Beaumaris - Saturday, November 3 at Beaumaris Pier at 7pm

Treaddur Bay: on Sunday, November 4. Trearddur Bay Hotel Bonfire and Firework display Raising money for Cancer Research UK. Bonfire lit at 6.30pm, fireworks at 7pm. Gates open 6pm. Free, but donations welcome.

Cemaes: on November 3. Cemaes Bay Bonfire Night event on the beach on Saturday, from 5pm.

Llanfairfechan: on Friday, November 9. Fireworks display on the promenade from 6.30pm. Free, but donations welcome.

Llandegfan - on Saturday, November 3. Pen Y Cefn, Llandegfan. Bonfire starts at 7pm, and fireworks at 7.30pm. Proceeds to Cylch Meithrin, Llandegfan.

Holyhead - on Monday November 5 at Penrhos Beach, Holyhead. By Holyhead and District Round Table and Ynys Cybi, Holy Island 41 Club annual bonfire and fireworks. Bonfire lit at 6.15pm, first fireworks at 7pm (approx). Adults £3, children under 16 free. Gates open 5.30pm.

Llangefni - Monday, November 5, at Llangefni Rugby Club, Cae Smyrna. Fireworks Night hosted by Clwb Rygbi Llangefni Rugby Club, from 7pm-10pm.

Criccieth - on Friday, November 3. Bonfire and firework display on Criccieth Beach, . Bonfire lit at 6.30pm, fireworks at 8pm. Free but donations welcome.

Aberdyfi - Saturday, November 3 at Aberdyfi Fire Station at 6.30pm.

Disclaimer: Always check the details with the organiser

North Wales Fire and Rescue Service are involved in the above displays.

A spokesperson for the service said: "The best advice we can give is to attend an organised event rather than risking your safety by having your own bonfire or fireworks display."

Anyone planning to host their own display, should take guidance.