Following the degradations committed during Halloween two years ago, the prefect of Ille-et-Vilaine prohibits the sale of alcohol in the department from Sunday morning and until Monday evening inclusive. The use of fireworks is also prohibited, except for professionals.
It will be impossible to buy wine or beer in Ille-et-Vilaine on Sunday October 31 and Monday November 1. The sale of alcohol is prohibited in the department according to a decree in which the prefecture recalls that the Halloween party “has led for several years to urban violence (…) very often committed by alcoholic people”, before highlighting the degradations committed in particular in 2019 during Halloween.
This ban comes into effect on the night of Saturday to Sunday and lasts until Monday evening, midnight. The take-out sale of alcohol is prohibited, except for distance selling with home delivery. The decree concerns alcoholic beverages from the third to fifth group and therefore includes beer, wine but also cider.
The use of fireworks is also regulated: only professional fireworks can transport or use them during these two days. Adults must present an identity document to purchase bottles or cans containing chemicals, flammable or explosive. For pyrotechnic articles (categories C2 / F2, C3 / F3 and C4 / F4), the buyer must have a qualification certificate or prefectural approval.
The prefecture recalls that minors must be accompanied by at least one adult during this Halloween party and that children must stay together and not enter homes. It is advisable to wear bright or retro-reflective clothing in order to be visible to drivers.
At the same time, the prefects of Côtes-d’Armor, Morbihan and Ille-et-Vilaine have banned all “festive musical gatherings” for this Halloween weekend, until November 2.
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