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Day 12: 'Tis the Season to be Jolly!

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If you are proposing to celebrate the dawning of 2018 with a New Year’s Eve party, then please remember to show consideration for your neighbours.

Here are some helpful tips:

  1. If you are having a party at home, warn your neighbours in advance or even invite them along!
  2. Pull speakers away from the walls of the house and keep the bass down. This helps keeps the party inside, and not outside or in your neighbour’s house.
  3. Turn the music down a bit more after midnight. If you can hear it outside then sorry, it’s just too loud.
  4. Don’t blast car stereos or slam car doors when leaving the party. Not everybody will be awake and in the party spirit.
  5. Encourage guests to come indoors after midnight. If you are having fireworks then please consider any nearby animals around you and how they will react to the loud bangs. Remember, to finish your fireworks by 1am.
  6. Remind your guests to be respectful too.

Whilst the Environmental Health Department does have powers to stop repeat noisy parties and confiscate stereos, this is generally the last resort when dealing with a noise nuisance. However, if you follow our advice you should be able to ‘party on’ without upsetting your neighbours.

Contact Trading Standards

Isle of Anglesey County Council
Council Offices
Llangefni
Anglesey
LL77 7TW
Tel: 01248 752322
Email:consumeradvice@ynysmon.gov.uk
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