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9y, 1w agoPosted 9 years, 1 week ago
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#1
i would be exactly the same hun , 7.30 thats the middle of the night for gods sake
#2
Grrrrr!!!!

I would be fuming!:x

Likes me weekend kip..........those early risers and people that 'do'(ie DIYers) really hack me off when they drill,hammer and saw stuff early on sunday mornings!

Don't the inconsiderate beggars realise that us folk with social lives have only just got to bed!!:whistling:;-)
#3
That is rather early

Hope the rest of the day goes better for you hun
#4
Yeh 7.30 is early,but go round to my Mum's rd,they out playing till 2 3 am cos parents are yapping on steps,but sometimes she hear them out at 4am or 5am too,with no parents out,it's rather odd.
I be mad too.
#5
7.30 seams to be the time for it today
#6
I have a neighbour who came to complain that my car alarm had gone off 'in the middle of the night', it had, once, at 12.15am. Everytime I've been able to have a lie in, at about 7.45am her 3 children wake me up, shouting at each other as they walk to her car to be taken to school. Grrrrrrr, rant over, better now!:roll::roll::)


Whoops - forgot to answer your question, noise in the street at 7.30 is too early on any day!
#7
what are the parents doing? Bet they are asleep. That would drive me mad!!
Hope they have gone now!
#8
jellybaby22
your being an old grump suze....:thumbsup:

No seriously 7.30 is a bit out of order, i know kids get up early (my 5 year old proves that) but I wouldnt let her out to play until about 10 and then that would be in our garden, maybe their parents wanted a lie in and sent them out to play:whistling:


That'sassuming the parents know they're out. Mine would sneek out if they could, but they can't.
#9
Parents probably send the kids out away from their house so they can get some peace. They don't consider other people,and those wanting a lie in on Sundays cos they work 6days a wk otherwise.
#10
All through the summer we are kept awake on friday night by people who live behind us having a party (and a few houses down) and then saturday night by their kids having a party. Goes on until about 4am/5am. Even with all of the windows shut it is still really loud!
#11
7:30am. its kids. aleast they aint causing trouble. they doing sports. ie not robbing, not playing computer games.

You lucky. i live in a studio with a couple above me who walk around and bang all night long 11pm-3am. thats not being able to sleep. 7:30am is nothing.

the sun rises at 6am now. enjoy the sun, it wont be long before it doesnt rise until 10am. then youll all be moaning again, but atleast the kids wont be out.
#12
football thats not so bad at 7.30am

i used to live next to a park and from about 7am on weekends and holidays kids and grown ups were out on scramblers and quads, now that wakes you up.

So what we did was inform the council as it was damage and noise pollution and finally it stopped :)

in this case 1st i would speak to the childrens parents and ask nicely if they could wait to a more reasonable hour. Maybe 9am or after and if that doesnt work speak to the council

Hope you get it sorted
#13
It's inconsiderate and rude. I know that kids have to play but it is feather spitting infuriating to be woken up at that time on a Sunday. Using your fence as a goal just takes the biscuit. Trouble is that, although I fume with you, I - personally - wouldn't do anything about it 90% of the time, due to not wanting to create any friction. I have once in a while suggested alternatives to those playing football outside - like stop the ball and then kick it so that it doesn't fly into the gardens: 'it will improve your ball skills'.
#14
I agree 7:30 is a little early ... mine wouldn't be out that early .. maybe 08:30 .

Its just as bad when kids are allowed out after 11:00 at night. We have green fields behind us and especially in the summer young kids are out until 12 or 1 am .... mainly girls screeming ... Guess their parants are down the pub..
#15
:lol: that's the politest rant i've ever seen!

Right got to let rip about this...........



I was getting all excited too, bless ya :)
#16
suze
They stopped about 9.15am and haven't seen or heard of them since. Think they have gone out.

It does wind me up as these are the same ones that use our fence panels as 'goals'!! That fence has such a battering.

We have even caught them climbing over the fence to get their ball back rather than walk round and ask for it!

suze i sympathise, my fence took a battering off some kids kicking a ball against it earlier in the week and now has 3 or 4 planks that have snapped or been broken off. I live right next to a shop thats open 6am until 10pm and the kids just seem to congrigate there all day. I cant tell you how many times i have seen the police come and move them on when the group gets so large. I've had extra sound proofed glass fitted to the front of my flat and the other day i banged on it when the kids were kicking their ball...boy did i regret that. Forgot how thick the glass is and hurt my knuckles :oops:
#17
ya lucky it wasnt me. i would have started at 5am!
#18
bellabonkers
.........I've had extra sound proofed glass fitted to the front of my flat and the other day i banged on it when the kids were kicking their ball...




.......but they wouldn't hear you banging :p

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