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Complain about a bonfire

Your neighbour might not know their bonfire is affecting you. If you feel able to discuss the issue with your neighbour, hopefully you can then reach a solution.

If this isn't possible or a solution can't be found, please let us know.

To make a complaint
  • we will need to know the location of where the bonfire is
  • you will need to provide your contact details
  • please include the time, date and duration of the bonfire

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In the majority of cases, an Environmental Health Officer will contact the person who is having the bonfire. If the problem carries on, we can arrange a visit.

Your details are kept confidential, although you may need to give evidence if your case goes to court.