Have Fun But Stay Safe This Bonfire Night

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People who are planning private Bonfire Night parties are being urged to make safety the priority – and  also think about the environmental effect of any events they stage.

Most public events have been cancelled this year due to the on-going challenges of the pandemic.

Therefore, However, East Suffolk Council is asking those planning Bonfire Night celebrations, to remember the importance of following the social distancing guidelines, including the ‘rule of six’.

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