Introduce silent and low noise fireworks and ban loud fireworks

Introduce silent and low noise fireworks and ban loud fireworks

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darren knowles started this petition to Uk government (Lord Gardiner of Kimble,Uk government)

The local government of Collecchio, Italy passed a law in 2015 that requires citizens to keep their firework displays limited to “silent” or “quiet” in order to reduce the stress that loud noises cause animals (wildlife included). 
I would like to see this legislation within UK law, including displays, as animals are still in areas where displays can take place, especially wild and farm animals as well as the herding dogs. Music can be used in synchro to the fireworks as this is less frightening to animals.
As an animal lover I personally would like to see the outright ban of fireworks, however, I see the entertainment value and the revenue that can come from these, therefore this is a petition that would like to see a happy medium for all sides and takes a different angle rather than the regular petitions that come forward this time every year.
However the UK government continue to be in breach of their own animal welfare legislation 2006, stating Health – Protection from pain, injury, suffering , pain and injury is both mental and physical ( recently deceased pup suffered a heart attack from loud firework noises November 2019). Environment – a suitable environment. This should include the right type of home with a comfortable place to rest , how can an animal rest when fireworks are exploding from all angles causing distress and also causing animals to take flight, effectively becoming stray, yet another legislation that you are inadvertently allowing to be breached.
How can we continue to allow this in this day and age and within a so called animal loving nation. You enact legislation that you can not abide by, effectively breaching your own legislation.
Why do we constantly have to request this?


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