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Judith speaks to BBC about anti-social fireworks


Judith has kicked off the new year speaking to the BBC about her campaign to end the blight of anti-social firework misuse.


Speaking to BBC Look North, Judith highlighted how nuisance fireworks are a year-round blight and shared her petition to reduce the maximum legal noise level from 120 decibels - about the volume of a pneumatic drill or chainsaw - to 90 decibels - about as loud as a telephone.


Low noise fireworks that minimise the disruptive sound impact, while compromising on none of the spectacular visuals are readily available.


You can back Judith's campaign on anti-social fireworks use by signing her petition here.


Catch Judith on BBC Look North today.


Read more about Judith's campaign on fireworks.





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