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Garden bonfires have been a traditional way of disposing of garden rubbish but they often cause a nuisance to neighbours from smoke, smell or dirt. They also contribute to air pollution. As a means of disposal, bonfires are becoming less and less…
Stroud District Council Environmental Health officials and Gloucestershire Fire & Rescue Service have warned against lighting bonfires during the current hot weather.
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