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If you are thinking of having fireworks for a party or event, please read the following guidance, and be mindful of others.

https://www.environmental-protection.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/fireworks-august-2020.pdf

Follow these simple guidelines to reduce the risk of nuisance:

(Relevant to Longparish in vicinity of other buildings particularly thatched houses.)

file:///C:/Users/dryde/Downloads/Fireworks-Leaflet.pdf

 

From TVBC website:

Whilst fireworks can provide great entertainment, they can pose a risk to safety, cause annoyance and disturb people and animals. To tackle such issues, there are legal controls under Firework Regulations 2004. For local queries about firework licensing and the sale and use of fireworks you should contact Hampshire County Council.

One such provision, enforced by the Police, is to prohibit the use of "adult fireworks" between 11pm and 7am, with extensions for the following festivals:

In some circumstances, the Council may be able to take action using provisions under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 for Noise Nuisance (see relevant link to the side of the page).