BONFIRE night is approaching and Wrexham council, the police and fire authority are working together to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable night.
Wrexham council has agreed they will remove all bonfires built on public land before November 1 and will remove bonfires built after that date if the police or firefighters feel they post a risk.
The move forms part of a series of measures such as introducing a Fireworks Good Neighbour Guide, a clampdown on under-age firework sales and advising on the safest way to buy fireworks.
Bonfires can count as dropping litter so those responsible could incur a fine of £75 and be charged for removing the rubbish.
Cllr David Bithell, lead member for environment and transport, said: “Anyone concerned about a fire being built should contact our Pride in Your Streets number – 01978 298989.”
Two bulbs for one
FROM tomorrow until Sunday (Friday October 31-November 2) anyone who takes a traditional light bulb to any B&Q store will receive two energy-saving bulbs to replace it, helping customers to reduce their carbon footprint and electricity bills.
BREAST Cancer Campaign is encouraging Wrexham people to celebrate bonfire night with a gourmet get-together.
They want you to hold a barbecue or dinner party for bonfire night, invite your friends and family and ask them for a recommended donation of £15 each to help the campaign to beat breast cancer.
For more information, and to register for your fundraising pack full of ideas and celebrity chef recipes, call 020 7749 3700 or e-mail email@example.com.
THE BBC National Orchestra of Wales, led by their world-renowned associate guest conductor Francois-Xavier Roth, will visit William Aston Hall, Wrexham, on Saturday, November 8.
Tickets for the tour are available from the orchestra’s audience line on 0800 052 1812 or from the venue box office on 01978 292015.