HAHA BONFIRE RULES

 

Bonfires on your plot are allowed

only between 1 November and 31 March

 

TWBC Bonfire Guidelines must be observed:

·       Choose the time for your bonfire carefully, taking notice of those working or living nearby.

·       Never light a bonfire unless you are satisfied that weather conditions and wind direction will mean that smoke will be carried away from other plotholders, neighbouring houses or the road.

·       Only put dry material on the bonfire that will burn quickly and with minimum smoke.

·       Compost or bury soft vegetable waste and grass cuttings which are difficult to dry.

·       Never burn oily rags, rubber, plastics, foam, paint or such materials as they will produce heavy or pungent smoke.

·       Never use flammable liquids such as oil or petrol to help start your bonfire.

·       REMEMBER - bonfires are dangerous; never leave them unattended. Do not even leave them when they are smouldering – douse them with water if necessary. Fire can spread to fences or buildings or scorch trees and plants.

Finally, bonfires may constitute a ‘Statutory Nuisance’ under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and action may be taken against you in the Magistrates’ Court which could result in a fine of up to £5000.

 

If you have a fire that breaches these rules, you will receive a Bonfire Nuisance Notice.

If you commit the same offence again, we will have no option but to end your tenancy.




We are all delighted that our star plot-holder has been recognised so widely.



The Allotment site held two Heritage Open days, 15 and 16 September, which your committee considered a success 

 






New Local Honey supply now in stock for only £5.00

see the Stores price list for details of other items 


If you would like to become a member of HAHA, please use the Membership Application form on Why Join HAHA?. If you are an existing HAHA member and want to renew your membership, please use the Renewal Form. Forms can either be taken into the Stores or sent with a cheque made payable to HAHA to the Membership Secretary at the address given on the form.



Friends of our local cemetery here in Hawkenbury are looking for volunteers to help on their gardening team. See here for full details. Please note that Jo Hunt's correct telephone number is 01892 523462 and not that quoted in the Newsletter.


Further details can be found here Hawkenbury village weather