Tue 22nd Sep 2020Tattenhall Online weather - OvercastOvercast 20°C

The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire

Hallowe'en - enjoy and be safe

Home » News » Hallowe'en - enjoy and be safe
IMG_1029

Cheshire Police and Cheshire Fire have joined forces to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable Hallowe'en.

Cheshire Police advise "It is important that everybody respects their local community and residents who do not wish to be disturbed by trick or treaters. If you see a clear sign which states 'No trick or treaters', or no pumpkins or other decorations, please respect that person inside by not knocking on their door. If there is no response at all, please accept that they do not wish to participate and move on to the next house"

Cheshire Fire Service advise "We want to remind parents that some children's hallowe'en costumes can be extremely flammable, there have been some horrific accidents in recent years. Check the labelling in any costumes you buy and tell children to take care when near an open flame. Also, consider using LED lights in pumpkins instead of candles"

Help to make this spooky time safe and enjoyable for everyone.

To see full article CLICK HERE

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

aintree-coach-line-1
Paul Kerr: Tue 22 Sep 6:17am

New Deal for Bishop Heber StudentsPaul Kerr has successfully contacted the MD of Helms Aintree Buses to ask whether he would consider a more affordable weekly ticket for Bishop Heber students which would also be simpler to pay. His response is below:"Further to our conversation of the other day. I confirm that after half term a weekly ticket will be available for pupils travelling...

Scams Awareness U3A
U3A: Tue 22 Sep 6:10am

The talk will be open to U3A members. For membership information please contact Hilary Scarratt 01829770516 or Email Hilary at Hilary@Scarratt.co...

Digging
CWaC: Mon 21 Sep 6:10am

Each year in May Cheshire West and Chester Council in partnership with the University of Chester run an archaeological training excavation for second year archaeology students. COVID-19 prevented the summer plans but following the introduction of new safety measures the excavations will once again return to Grosvenor Park for two weeks between 21 September and 2 October. Visitors are...