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One of the UK’s most senior police officers has warned of a rise in the outbreak of dangerous wildfires across the nation’s beauty spots whenare eased further next week.
Deputy Chief Constable (DCC) Paul Netherton, thelead for civil contingencies, told i the combination of a relaxation in the rules, more people being forced to holiday in the UK, and the fact that people can only socialise outside will lead to a dramatic increase in wildfires breaking out in national parks and nature spots.
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DCC Netherton said: “Over the past few year wildfires have been an increasing risk in the UK and we saw large fires on Saddleworth Moor and Chobham Common last summer. In the south west of England there’s already been a lot of smaller fires, but both the fire and police services are concerned that with the increasing numbers of people travelling to beauty spots next week that the situation will get worse.
“Due to the relaxation of Covid restrictions, but the requirement to continues to socialise outdoors people are setting fires to keep warm. But they’re not taking the necessary precautions to put them out when they leave, and this is causing a devastating impact on the local environment.”
The warning of even more wildfires to come over the next few weeks follows a number of incidents over the Easter weekend, which fire fighters believe were caused by people enjoying the weekend sunshine but failing to extinguish barbecues or campfires properly.
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A spokesman for the, where the Saddleworth Moor fire took hold last June, pleaded with visitors not to use barbecues outside designated areas.
He said: “Thishas sadly already demonstrated the impacts of misuse of barbeques in the Peak District. Regardless of the conditions, the only safe place for a barbeque or open fire right now is in the garden at home. As official campsite facilities reopen under lockdown easing these may provide formal, designated areas for barbeques, but there remains a very real risk to landscapes, wildlife and of course those tackling these incidents by having fires or barbeques in the open countryside.”
On Monday night two fires also broke out in tourist hotspots in the south west of England, with one leading to many animals perishing in a major gorse fire at Bartinney Nature Reserve near Lands’ End. The fire is thought to have started as a result of an abandoned barbeque or campfire.
Fire crews on Dartmoor in Devon were dealing with a second fire within hours of getting another under control on Tuesday. The first, in Dunnabridge at the heart of the moor, is understood to have been as a result of arson, while the second blaze close by is still being investigated.
DDC Netherton also warned that along with wildfires instances of littering by visitors was also expected to worsen as more people are able to travel and stay in the UK’s tourist hotspots.
He said: “The other issue is people are coming down and leaving vast quantities of litter at our beauty spots. There’s also a big increase in litter on beaches, and as more people travel from next week when they are allowed to stay, there are fears littering, like wildfires, will also get worse.”
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