The Scottish Government is seeking views on the use and regulation of fireworks in Scotland.
The public consultation is currently live and will close on Monday 13th May.
The consultation is looking for views on how people use and enjoy fireworks, the impact they have on people and communities across Scotland, as well as their impact on animals. It is also seeking views on the sale of fireworks to the general public, and ideas on what action can be taken to ensure fireworks continue to be enjoyed safely and responsibly.
Alongside the consultation a series of public events are being held for members of the public, alongside local partners, to deliberate on the key issues and discuss with others what could be done going forward. Remaining events will be held in Dumfries and Galloway, Aberdeen, Stornoway and Glasgow.