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Do the local firework displays get cancelled if its p-ing it down ?

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as above really !........its pouring down here and wondering if the rain continues do the local councils cancel there displays ? Read More
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
as above really !........its pouring down here and wondering if the rain continues do the local councils cancel there displays ?
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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I think they just do them under a marquee.....
#2
Sometimes, But usually make you wait longer just to make sure you get really wet Lol.
banned#3
Area?

Dundee is still going ahead both lochee and baxter parks
#4
They just have them inside instead
#5
did here
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Its soooo weird - for 12yrs my dog has been absolutely TERRIFIED of fireworks and spends the whole evening panting and shaking real bad - but just now she is lying in her bed (looking like she is watching the tv lol) and not bothering one bit about the noise outside oO

Thought maybe she is bit deaf now, but said quiety "do you want a biscuit" and she flew up at me!
#7
deanos
They just have them inside instead


yeah right !!
#8
dj_urban
Area? Dundee is still going ahead both lochee and baxter parks


Wirral..........have looked on website and no mention of any cancellation so i suppose i better just grin and bare it ......and get wet :( ........dont even like the bloomin things , but the kids do !
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bossyboots
Its soooo weird - for 12yrs my dog has been absolutely TERRIFIED of fireworks and spends the whole evening panting and shaking real bad - but just now she is lying in her bed (looking like she is watching the tv lol) and not bothering one bit about the noise outside oO Thought maybe she is bit deaf now, but said quiety "do you want a biscuit" and she flew up at me!


Aww glad haggis wont be traumatised this year ! sounds like 'selective hearing' ......llike my kids :D
Weve just had to bring the rabbit and his hutch inside ! its his first year so dont know how he's going to be , put the radio on really loud for him to try and drown the banging noises out whilst were out X)
#10
I got out of it, hubby and son gone out in rain and I am watching come dine with me whilst baby is sleeping next to me. Think I got best deal :D
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nikkib123
I got out of it, hubby and son gone out in rain and I am watching come dine with me whilst baby is sleeping next to me. Think I got best deal :D

you certainly have , that sounds like a good idea to me , brb just off to tell hubby and kids there going without me X)
#12
nope they will still do it - it costs too much to cancel
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bossyboots
Its soooo weird - for 12yrs my dog has been absolutely TERRIFIED of fireworks and spends the whole evening panting and shaking real bad - but just now she is lying in her bed (looking like she is watching the tv lol) and not bothering one bit about the noise outside oO

Thought maybe she is bit deaf now, but said quiety "do you want a biscuit" and she flew up at me!



^^^^^^^^^^ cancel that :(

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