DCC Urge People To 'Stay Away' From Bonfires

Dublin City Council has urged people to "stay away from bonfires" on Halloween night.

Asking the public to report "stockpiled bonfire material", the country's largest local authority have reminded people that bonfires are illegal.

A confidential helpline has been set up for the public to report bonfires ahead of tomorrow nights Halloween activities.

The council and local communities throughout the city have teamed up to organise an action packed programme of events tomorrow night.

A full list of Halloween events in Dublin is available at:  here


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