SUMMER has arrived. It s not very warm out but I know it is here because it is bonfire time. Let s see what we can burn – fresh lawn cuttings, shrubs etc. Lunchtime or mid-morning seems like a good idea, when all the washing is out. The council goes to a
SUMMER has arrived. It's not very warm out but I know it is here because it is bonfire time.
Let's see what we can burn - fresh lawn cuttings, shrubs etc. Lunchtime or mid-morning seems like a good idea, when all the washing is out.
The council goes to a lot of trouble to provide green bins so why not use them? I cannot see any reason why people insist on having a bonfire. They obviously give little thought to their neighbours.
If you must burn rubbish, then wait until 9pm on a still evening.
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At least the smoke will go straight up and not over my garden.
TOM STANHOPE, Hartford Road, Huntingdon
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