WREXHAM Community Safety Partnership is launching a Good Neighbour Code in the run up to November 5.
The aim is to encourage responsible fireworks use and consideration for other residents, particularly the elderly and vulnerable.
The code outlines tips such as using fireworks with a visual rather than noisy effect, finishing displays before 11pm and buying fireworks from reputable sellers that comply with British Standards and are suitable for the venue in which they are to be used.
A copy of the code will be available throughout Wrexham County Borough at supermarkets, estate offices and libraries.
Cllr David Bithell, lead member for environment and transport, said: “The partnership is keen for people to continue enjoying fireworks. We have developed this code to help prevent fireworks affecting the enjoyment of other residents, particularly vulnerable neighbours such as the blind, visually impaired, the elderly or residents with pets and young children.
“By following this and the Firework Safety Code we hope to ensure everyone enjoys a safe bonfire night.”
A copy of the code or general advice on firework selling, safety and storage is available from Wrexham County Borough Council, Housing and Public Protection Department, Trading Standards Division, High Street Ruabon, Wrexham; call 01978 292045.