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New Year Fireworks

Postby mb1 » Sat 31 Dec 2016 10:25 pm

Whoever you are you've woken up my youngest, terrified my dog and generally caused a lot of angst. I hope you have a horrible 2017 you thoughtless, selfish ****.
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Re: New Year Fireworks

Postby Whereaami » Sat 31 Dec 2016 11:03 pm

Hate to say it, but if past years are to go by, come midnight there will be loads going off. Agree not good for kids and pets.
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Re: New Year Fireworks

Postby mb1 » Sun 01 Jan 2017 12:10 pm

We were heading them from 10.30 until almost 1pm. Finally got things settled with youngest around 2am.
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Re: New Year Fireworks

Postby Wareite1969 » Sun 01 Jan 2017 4:00 pm

I can understand why you're upset / annoyed but can't you see why people naturally see fireworks as part of New Year now (Sydney, London etc) ? A lot of cultures see in their new year with fireworks so I think it's fair to assume the Uk will too.

Bit harsh to wish someone a year of hurt just because you're a little annoyed but I can't see what they did was that unexpected.
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Re: New Year Fireworks

Postby Andy B » Sun 01 Jan 2017 8:31 pm

mb1 wrote:Whoever you are you've woken up my youngest, terrified my dog and generally caused a lot of angst. I hope you have a horrible 2017 you thoughtless, selfish ****.


A bit naive as Wareite said I've seen the New Year in from Ally Pally before and the fireworks going off is quite amazing we even had them going off here and its illegal if outside the week around 5th November but I've never heard of anyone being prosecuted.

Happy New Year everyone even you MB1.
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Re: New Year Fireworks

Postby ware_resident » Sun 01 Jan 2017 10:21 pm

According to the gov.uk website, it is legal to let fireworks off until 1am on, amongst other dates, New Year's Eve.
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Re: New Year Fireworks

Postby Andy B » Mon 02 Jan 2017 1:40 am

ware_resident wrote:According to the gov.uk website, it is legal to let fireworks off until 1am on, amongst other dates, New Year's Eve.


Could you imagine Ware_Resident how they would prosecute anyone even if it was illegal, I come under gov.nz rules where it is illegal and I have never heard of a prosecution.
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