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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Non Stop Fireworks
Posted by: Andy Pease
Date/Time: 29/11/15 10:55:00

The short answer to that Loraine is no.The first thing you need to know to take any action, is where are the fireworks being let off.If it is in a public place (and most places outside of your own property is a public place) then section 80 of the explosives act 1875 makes it an offence to set off fireworks on any highway, street or public space.It is also an offence for members of the public to be in possession of category 4 fireworks.Some firework use may also be covered by anti social behaviour laws.Both the police and the council noise abatement teams can take sction in theory.Getting them to do so of course, is an entirely different matter.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Non Stop Fireworks28/11/15 17:52:00 Claire Moran
   Re:Non Stop Fireworks28/11/15 19:28:00 Andy Pease
      Re:Re:Non Stop Fireworks28/11/15 19:35:00 Claire Moran
         Re:Re:Re:Non Stop Fireworks29/11/15 02:09:00 Ben Gemmingen
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Non Stop Fireworks29/11/15 08:34:00 Colin Jordan
               Re:Thanksgiving29/11/15 09:28:00 Richard Greenhough
      Re:Re:Non Stop Fireworks29/11/15 08:49:00 Loraine Pemberton
         Re:Re:Re:Non Stop Fireworks29/11/15 10:55:00 Andy Pease
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Non Stop Fireworks29/11/15 20:17:00 Mark Perry
      Re:Re:Non Stop Fireworks30/11/15 17:07:00 Scott Doyle
         Re:Re:Re:Non Stop Fireworks30/11/15 18:12:00 Mark Perry

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