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There are no local bye-laws against lighting bonfires. However East Suffolk District Council has some helpful advice.
Citizens Advice helps people find a way forward. We provide free, confidential and independent advice to help people overcome their problems.
Read about flood guidance, management, drainage, maintenance and how to report a flood in Suffolk.
Suffolk Local History Council runs a Local Records Scheme throughout Suffolk. They administer a network of volunteers to ensure that the 'present' is adequately recorded at local level for the 'future'.
Suffolk County Council Highways is responsible for the delivery of salting, gritting and clearing snow in Suffolk.
Suffolk Trading Standards is the enforcement service that is responsible for protecting consumers and legitimate traders from scams and unfair trading.
Why is it important to improve the way we burn at home? Making small changes to how you burn can provide benefits such as:
- Improving the air we all breathe by reducing the amount of pollution produced.
- Keeping you and your family safe by reducing the risk of chimney fires.
- Helping you get the most out of your stove or open fire so that it performs better - by using less fuel to produce more heat.
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