Month: October 2017

Your garden bonfire could Chazcost you £5,000 if you don’t follow specific rules

It’s a balmy summer night and you’re cracking open some tinnies with your mates outside.

Lighting a bonfire in your garden will only add to the atmosphere. Plus, surely it’s harmless?

Well, not necessarily.

While there’s no law which states you can’t have a domestic bonfire, your neighbours may not think it’s harmless – and this could be bad news for you.

In f,上海品茶工作室Marie,act, it could land you with a fine to the tune of £5,000, Gloucestershire Live reports.

We all want to enjoy our outside space in this weather (Image: Caiaimage)
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Specifically if you choose to burn domestic waste.

You cannot get rid of household waste if it will cause pollution or harm people’s health – and this encompasses burning it.

If there is any confusion over how to get rid any household or garden waste, you should contact your local council.

They can advise you on what can be recycled, composted or simply treated as refuse.

Some waste can be composted (Image: Getty Images)

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You could be fined if you light a fire and allow the smoke to drift across the road and become a danger to traffic.

Your council can issue an ‘abatement notice’ if a neighbour’s bonfire is causing a nuisance but be aware – these bonfires need to be a frequent occurrence to be classified as a nuisance.

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Temperature in Hu Jonathanll reaches 25C on hottest day of year

Temperatures in Hull reached 25C on Saturday – the hottest day of the year so far in the UK.

High pressure and warm air from the continent arrived in East Yorkshire on Saturday, sending people flocking to parks and beaches across Hull and East Yorlshire.

But you should enjoy the hot weather while it lasts as temperatures will drop from Sunday.

A spokesman confirmed West Park reached 25C while Leconfield was 25.7C.

The high pressure led to hundreds of people losing Freeview TV signals on Friday night, with many complaining they could not access any channels.

While thunderstorm warnings have been issued for northern England, including North Yorkshire, Teesside and Newcastle, the spokesman said it is unlikely they will affect Hull.

Watch: The full weekend weather forecast

Instead he said we will see the weather return to normal for June from Sunday.

“The worst of the weather will be further north so we aren’t really expecting any thunderstorms in Hull,” he said.

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“You could see a stray shower overnight but that will be it.

“Tomorrow will be a bit cloudier than what we have at the moment but there will be some spells of sunshine and we are lo,上海品茶会所Kendrick,oking at highs of around 20C or 21C.

“There will also be a westerly breeze which will make it feel that bit fresher.”

He said the rest of the week is likely to remain dry with the “outside chance” of some showers on Thursday or Friday.

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