PRIVATE FIREWORK DISPLAY Friday 5th July 930pm Mont Arrive, St Peter Port, GY1 2AQ

Submitted by Steve on 11:17, 4th Jul, 2024 | 0

Every year we hear of firework related incidents involving animals and children. While fireworks may be exciting and pretty to look at and its fun to celebrate many celebrations with a bang, we must put our safety, the safety of our pets and the local wildlife first. 

Friday 5th July at around 930pm there is a private firework display planned at Mont Arrive, St Peter Port, GY1 2AQ so please ensure your animals are safe and prepare for the unusual sounds and sights they might be subjected too.

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FIREWORKS NOTICE – Private Fireworks Display Saturday 22nd May 2130hours at the Peninsula Hotel

Submitted by Steve on 10:26, 21st May, 2021 | 0

Every year we hear of firework related incidents involving animals and children. While fireworks may be exciting and pretty to look at and its fun to celebrate many celebrations with a bang, we must put our safety, the safety of our pets and the local wildlife first. 

Saturday 22nd April from 2130hours at the Peninsula Hotel there is a private firework display planned so please ensure your animals are safe and prepare for the unusual sounds and sights they might be subjected too.

Here is some firework advice from the GSPCA -

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SAFETY FIREWORK MESSAGE & ADVICE FROM THE GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 07:55, 19th Oct, 2018 | 0

We are fast approaching the firework season where the GSPCA helps more animals scared and injured by bonfires and loud noises than any other time of year.

Every year we hear of firework related incidents involving animals and children. While fireworks may be exciting and pretty to look at and its fun to celebrate many celebrations with a bang, we must put our safety, the safety of our pets and the local wildlife first

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager “Every year we are called out and help stray dogs to hedgehogs caught in bonfires over the firework period.”

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FIREWORK NOTICE - 2130 Wednesday 9th May Castle Breakwater, St Peter Port

Submitted by Steve on 13:00, 8th May, 2018 | 0

Every year we hear of firework related incidents involving animals and children. While fireworks may be exciting and pretty to look at and its fun to celebrate many celebrations with a bang, we must put our safety, the safety of our pets and the local wildlife first. 

Tomorrow as part of Liberation Day at 2130hrs (930pm) at Castle Breakwater in St peter Port there is a firework display planned so please ensure your animals are safe and prepare for the unusual sounds and sights they might be subjected too.

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