A FLAMING torch light parade was held around the streets of Conwy for the 10th year running.
The parade last Saturday, which was organised by Conwy’s chamber of trade, featured more than 100 torch bearers who brought a stunning light spectacular to the town. 
It kicked off with a display by fire performers Inferno in Lancaster Square, followed by a breathtaking flaming sword fighting display.
This was a prelude to the parade which started at Castle Square and travelled down Castle Street, up the High Street and finished in Lancaster Square, cheered on by crowds of people lining the route.
Toby Tunstall, of Conwy’s chamber of trade, said: “The winterfest was the best one in the 10 years we have been running the event.  
“The weather was kind and even the wind dropped just before the parade. We had about 160 people actually in the parade, and a huge number of spectators lining the streets to watch.
“Everyone commented about lovely family atmosphere of the whole event. We are hoping to bring back all our performers next year as the fire performers from Inferno and the sword fighting knights with flaming swords were outstanding. It was a fabulous event that everyone enjoyed.”
He added: “We started the event ten years ago with about a dozen torches - it has grown year by year and now, in our 10th year we have more than 100 torches.”