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Council launch Bonfire Safety leaflet

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Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council launched a Bonfire Safety leaflet recently at an event in Dervock. Promoting safer bonfire management, the leaflet provides a range of information and guides people in planning the bonfire, the collection of materials required and the cleaning up process after the event.

The leaflet was produced as part of a multiagency planning and engagement approach to encouraging and supporting local communities with positive promotion of Cultural Celebration.

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Joan Baird, OBE, said: “In Northern Ireland, bonfires tend to be local events organised by people to commemorate or celebrate occasions with historical significance. I hope that people take the advice from this new leaflet and follow all proper procedures to ensure that bonfires can be carried out safely with the correct management in place.”

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