Sue Sanderson
Sue Sanderson

no-one can deny kids love fireworks....but lets just have organised displays for them to enjoy. I know they are in the minority but teenagers still roam the streets using them needlessly!

Denise Darville
Denise Darville

My terrier shivers and shakes all through the fireworks and the stress sets off her colitis problem which generally means another trip to the vet, this I could do without. total ban I would go for.

Susan Katzban
Susan Katzban

They take a terrible toll each year on both pets and wildlife. I dread it every year.

Anna Ernsting
Anna Ernsting

had a mare abort her foal after New Years Eve fireworks.

Judy Clark
Judy Clark

Australia have had this policy since early 1970's. Why is theUK so far behind this thinking.

Sally Powles
Sally Powles

The potential for damage and terror to animals is not an acceptable risk in my opinion. In this day and age, is it REALLY appropriate to make explosives readily available to the general public?

Heather Walker
Heather Walker

Both cats terrified for nearly a week now is there no end!

John Morton
John Morton

Too much, Two late, Two many days!

Helen Howell
Helen Howell

it is a dreadfull time for last three weeks the animals are terrified , ban the private sale of fireworks.

Neil Whittaker
Neil Whittaker

too many kids getting hurt through public sales of fireworks.it also scares our dogs with fireworks going off at any time of the night before the proper day.

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