Safety stickers will help keep public safe on Bonfire Night
Posted by Jason Nicholls.
Safety stickers will be part of a campaign in Hampshire to keep the public safe over the Halloween and Bonfire Night periods.
According to the Portsmouth News, a coordinated effort between the fire service, police, and council members, will run patrols around the county, helping people to stay safe.
The main message the authorities want to give out is for people to respect those who do not wish to be part of celebrations, and, for those that to do, to do so with due care and attention.
To that end, houses will display safety signs that read "no trick or treat", and youngsters are being asked to stay with friends or parents and never enter a stranger's home.
"We want to ensure that everyone can enjoy the Halloween and Bonfire Night celebrations," Pete Watson, of Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, told the newspaper.
"However, this is reliant on people being responsible when they are having fun. Remember, what may appear to be funny and harmless to one group could be distressing to an individual on their own," he added.
A similar scheme is in operation in Sussex.
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