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Halloween and Bonfire Night

Alert message sent 24/10/2020 12:33:00

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Keep safe on Halloween
As we're in the midst of a pandemic, knocking on doors trick or treating this Halloween isn’t recommended. So, this year, we’re asking everyone to stay Safe and to ‘skelebrate’ in the comfort (and warmth) of your own homes. Here are some suggestions to keep the kids (and adults) entertained.

Have a virtual pumpkin carving competition with your friends. Carve your pumpkins at home and share the results via Zoom, Google or Skype.
Have fun decorating your house, there are lots of crafting ideas online.
Have a Halloween movie night at home, even for very young children there are some family favourites.
Bake some Halloween treats to make it a special occasion.

We're asking residents not to attend crowded costume parties, substitute face-masks for Halloween masks or go trick or treating - this includes leaving bowls of sweets outside your house.

Keep safe on Bonfire/ Fireworks Night
West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service is urging residents to keep safe this bonfire and fireworks season. 
With many organised events cancelled, emergency services are preparing for a busier night than usual as people celebrate in their own gardens.
We are asking everyone to show RESPECT this Bonfire Night.

Respect the firework
Respect the emergency services
Respect your neighbours (and animals).

And Keep Safe by remembering social distancing guidelines and the rule of six.

Leaflets and Posters about Halloween and Fireworks  are available on our website HERE along with lots of crime Prevention and other material
Message sent by
Terry Rickards (NHWN, Administrator, Adur / Worthing)

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