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Your Rights Under the Noise Act 1996

By: Jeff Durham - Updated: 8 Apr 2020 | comments*Discuss
 
Noise Act 1996 Neighbour Advice Noisy

Under the provisions of the Noise Act 1996 and other associated legislation, your local authority has a mandatory obligation to deal with any noise which is deemed to be a ‘nuisance’. It’s not simply at night where the act might come into force, nor is it restricted to common complaints like music and loud parties – general traffic noise, DIY/construction projects and use of other kind of machinery is also incorporated into the legislation.

Measuring The Noise and Permitted Levels

The Permitted Level Of Noise can vary depending on different circumstances and ignorance is not an acceptable excuse. If, for some reason, a person knows that an activity is going to result in excessive noise, it is their responsibility to check with their local authority what level is permitted and what is considered excessive. Local authorities have approved noise measuring devices to determine whether or not a particular ‘noise complaint’ is breaching the law.

Abatement Notices

If the local authority deems that the noise represents a Statutory Nuisance and/or that it’s likely to reoccur, they can issue an abatement notice which will stipulate that the noise stops altogether, is reduced to an acceptable level, or is only permitted between certain times of the day.

However, an abatement notice is not normally served immediately. Usually if you Contact An Environmental Health Officer, they will visit the ‘offender’ first to see if the problem can be resolved without having to take matters further. If the issue hasn’t been resolved within a week, then an abatement notice must be served.

If The Abatement Notice is Not Complied With

Once an abatement notice is issued, if it not complied with, then the offender will have committed an offence. There can be fixed penalty notices and both the courts and the police will now get involved. Fines of up to £5,000 can be imposed on individuals and up to £20,000 if it’s a business within or close to a residential neighbourhood which is involved.

In certain situations where the noise maker might end up being violent or aggressive, the police, in conjunction with the local authority, have the power to Issue An Anti-Social Behaviour Order and if the noise maker fails to comply with that, it might even end up with them even being sent to prison.

Seizing of Equipment

Once an abatement notice has been served, if it is not complied with, an officer from the environmental health department or someone acting upon their behalf, such as a police officer, has the power to gain entry to the residence and to seize the equipment responsible for the problem under warrant provisions. This can be done by force if necessary and can result in a further fine if the person involved wilfully tries to obstruct the removal of the equipment.

The equipment can be seized for up to 28 days, and it is up to the courts to decide what will be done with the equipment in the long term. If no court proceedings have begun within 28 days, the equipment must be returned to its rightful owner. However, if the court decides to convict a person in relation to the said equipment, then a forfeiture order can be made by the court which deprives the offender of any further rights to the equipment.

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I am living in a rented semi - detached house. We have a neighbour, a house apart. She always comes knocking at our house complaining about the pigeons apparently going to their house and pooing in their back garden. We do not own those pigeons nor feed them. Is it because those pigeons come to our roof that's why she complains about us. I have informed my landlord about it but he said, he cannot do anything about those pigeons. What should I do, because my neighbour is already stressing me out about this. Please advise. Thank you very much
Anna - 8-Apr-20 @ 6:10 PM
iv lived in my Solihull council flat 8 years now,i moved here because of bad tenants where I lived before,ended up having a break down because of it all now I have it again.thay live under me but sounds as though there above.its a young couple with a 2 year old it stars from about 7am -11pm the child keeps running about all the time for a 2 year old he's very loud its back and forth back and forth .I did speak to the mother and she said she would try....she didn't do anything ..the council say thay have no laws to stop people doing what thay wish in there property..please help
speck - 1-Apr-20 @ 10:44 PM
Just after some advice please.My neighbour was a DJ in a night club about 15 yrs ago. Bank holidays and Friday nights 7pm until 11.30pm(2am weekend just gone) he is playing what he calls Music I call noise. There is no discernible words being heard. I politely asked him twice to turn it down.1st at 11.40pm 2nd at 1.30am. I received a reply the following daystating he is allowed to play until 11.30pm legally, I know this to be incorrect,and to stop giving him sh*t. He was playing to Australia, Spain and Italy after 11.30. I'm at my wits end as I am now dreading Friday again.I work for the NHS and obviously the state of the world is more important to the little blip in my life. Tia
Poirot - 30-Mar-20 @ 9:33 PM
A quick note from the other side of this. My neighbor has been complaining to me about the alleged noise that I'm making, each time she talks to me she is very aggressive with me. To give an example of the complaints I am getting, when it was windy some lights I had on my balcony were tapping the metal railing she apparently waited a week before telling me claiming to have lost 4 nights sleep! Why not tell me after the first night? I have tried to be as compliant with her as I can be but she is beginning to take the piss, knocking on my door at 10.45pm saying we we're talking too loud and our TV was too loud! Any advice would be great,
Dobo - 18-Mar-20 @ 6:49 AM
From my local Council's website: "Noise problems we can’t help you with: We can’t do anything about ordinary domestic noise, talking, walking about, babies crying, doors slamming, fireworks and helicopters. This is part of life and the courts do not accept this as a nuisance". So, that means that if we are woken at 6:30AM or 7:00AM weekdays or weekends by our neighbours children running on their laminate flooring with their shoes on, there is nothing the Council can do to enforce the fact that our leases stipulate midnight-8AM...one must not cause noise disturbance to thy neighbour! ?The Council simply cannot be replied upon to support those suffering from noise disturbance.
50-something working - 11-Mar-20 @ 9:06 AM
Lu-I could not agree with you more, and I sympathise with your predicament. I happen to be an owner (& have had problems with both tenants & other owners)-I've had neighbours use the "but it's not 11PM yet" rationale for continuing to cause me undue distress while they host visitors and run/jump above my head up till 11PM. I agree with you completely that the Noise Act needs re-writing, especially in light of how many new builds are going up (in London in particular) & how living on top of one another in such close proximity means we *cannot* just do as we please. I happen to have a health problem which I believe was partly caused by the noise issues I've had over the years. And I also know that we have shift workers in our development, and so yes, whilst certain people are making noise at 11PM, others may be trying to sleep. I hate to say this but the neighbours I've had the most problems with are not British. They have moved here for a better life for themselves and their family and they feel *entitled* to do as they please, without confirming to the British culture. I've had neighbours who come home late from work and start cooking at 9-10PM...slamming kitchen cupboard doors till midnight...while I'm trying to sleep cause I have a 6:30AM wake-up. No consideration whatsoever. Given the way we are expected to live (on top of each other in blocks of flats)-there has to be some "body" who can come over at unsocial hours and witness noise (the Council just don't have the manpower to do this).
50-something working - 11-Mar-20 @ 8:58 AM
I have just moved in to a two bed flat. The individual living above us plays music very early in the mornings at a level where we can hear it and it will wake us up. We wrote a polite letter to them explaining that whether due to thin floors or walls or a good sound system we could currently hear the music and it was disturbing us. We kindly asked the individual to turn their music down a fraction. We got back the most visceral reply back stating that they own their property, that they have never had a complaint before and that they are well within their rights because of the Noise Act 1996. What was overlooked is that a) the Noise Act 1996 refers to a 'permissible level' of noise which means that if others can hear it and find it a nuisance or a disturbance to their own enjoyment of the property, then it's breaching the act regardless of timeslots and b) that regardless of an act, human decency would be to keep your activities or music to a level where other flats are not being disturbed by it. We were more than polite about it, and just because they've never had complaints before does not mean that we're wrong. If we couldn't hear it, why take the time to bring this to their attention? Frankly it's a joke. Just because they are fortunate enough to own their own property, does not give them the right to behave like the whole block is there to do with and treat as they please. I honestly think, the Noise Act needs to be readdressed. First and foremost, permissible noise between the hours of 7am and 11pm is just ridiculous. What if a neighbour works a night shift or has trouble sleeping, what if they have health issues and noise causes them undue stress? Just because those are the slots does not mean it is right or even fair.
Lu - 26-Feb-20 @ 12:40 PM
Hi, i live in a block of flats where the floors & walls are like cardboard and the neighbours above me moved in about 6 months ago, a highly obese woman & a her young child, they bang around condtasntly at all times day & night. Shouting screaming & jumping up & down on the floors ( my ceiling), it doesn't just make the ceilings shake but the whole flat. Tried talking to them with no avail & its getting to the point where i cant even relax because of the noise/vibrations. my ceiling light fixtures are all coming away from the ceiling due to the effects of all the vibrations. All this is driving me insane as i have a very demanding job and just want to relax in piece & quiet any advice on how to procede would be welcome as the landlord said there's nothing that can be done
kinner - 28-Jan-20 @ 12:30 AM
I live in a house that is turned into 2 flats. Im upstairs. Neighbour who moved in about 6 months ago live downstairs. All day when i am at home i can hear her stomping up and down the hallway. Alot of other times i hear her kid running up and down the hallway. The kid makes the house sound like theres an earthquake happening. He also has previously done this past 11pm. Anyway its now 2.30am and she has been stomping up and down the hallway since she woke me up at 1am. Its so loud, and frustrating and its driving me crazy to be honest. On a weekday she will stop at about 12 at night but the weekend can be anytime.
JulieJay - 26-Jan-20 @ 2:31 AM
I have students living above me. They are rude and have no tolerance or respect for anyone else in the building..it is so hard as they are tiny flats..and wooden floors. I've spoken to them, and nothing, I've written to them and they wrote back pretty obnoxiously..I took it to my landlord.. it's now past midnight and all I hear is their TV. Usually they are oddly pacing all through the night and slamming on the floor...it sounds like they move furniture..so I don't know when they sleep..as I have found I am not sleeping because of it.. I can't really challenge them due to a bit of a problem communicating vocally..which is why I moved here..it was peaceful and we all got on until they moved it.. they have torn down my signs that I have put up for people to be a bit considerate, and they apologised to the estate agent but not to me..then they put rubbish outside my door..one time they were drumming so I decided to sing back at them to which the boy (who is aggressive) started slamming doors..ran out the house..hit my surf board.. this isn't student accommodation so I am not sure why they are here.. it is also no smoking and they smoke as he was flicking ash onto my balcony and when I told him not to he scoffed. Students are pretty bad in general and I wish they would realise that and stay in student accomodation..the other night one of them paced up and down all night long. I've gone to our estate agent and I have been told not to have contact with them again but to go through the Estate agent from now on..I know I need to make a diary..but I'm not sure they will bother over a loud TV.. I just feel weak..and powerless but I don't want to move..it would be ace if they would see the time and turn the TV down or walk lighter but I know they won't do it..they just get worse if you ask them which is usually student behavior..sorry students..but it is..you guys are a pain in the arse! I just want to know what my rights are, what action I can take from here on in..or what wisdom I can take on dealing with kids like this.. the other ladies in the block said we all might get together to talk to them..I am beginning to think this is the option.
Sophie - 12-Jan-20 @ 12:23 AM
We have a neighbour that thinks it's alright to scream bang shout all night long she has one child in care the other is 18 months old she bangs screams at them then has her brother/boyfriend smoking weed til our house smells of it. The housing don't care I told them I was in the wrong I was told get me proof of the smell of weed and they will do something I said what how is there some type of test I don't know about that proves the smell the woman is a nightmare I have to disabled in my home one of which has depression and anxiety issues and all of this does not help we feel utterly helpless on what to do next since they clearly don't care I've lived here 17 years shes been there 5 months and it's 5 months too long. The social services need to know how she treats those kids especially the 18 month old and what she allows to happen in the house around him
Abjones - 8-Jan-20 @ 9:38 PM
Hi what can I do in regards to a noisy neighbour has frequent house partys that go on all night from 8:30pm till 6:30am was the latest and loudest one to date they party every weekend every special occasion every birthday bank holidays summer nights ect any excuse to party they have they do I have been a decent good neighbour for the last two years they party frequent they did seem to settle down at midnight but for the last 4 months they have taken the mick music so loud you can hear it clear through my walls and in the street and out the back garden other neighbours can hear it aswell bo way that they can sleep through it just like we cant I have had enough it's so loud and they come and go all night in cars and are very loud in the back garden when they go out for a smoke my sons and other kids bedroom is at the back they know this and still make no effect to keep the noise down I have had to put two complaints in now to our landlord (we have the same landlord) and all they said was I have to make a noise diary I just wanted the landlord to make a house call to them and tell them near by neighbours can grar them everytime they decide to party and its effecting us sleep wise ect for work and school runs ect what can I do isn't there something that can be done now instead? I am dreading tonight it is new years eve and I know they will party all night long when they could still have fun still have partys just need to turn the music down after midnight so we can try get to sleep what can I do its awkward now we dont say hello to each other now or take each other's parcels in or even exchange xmas cards this year its awkward when we leave house at same time for school runs and work as our drive ways are joined what can I do I feel I have been a good decent neighbour feel bad for complaing to landlord but they have been taking the mick since September none stop now it's now end of december I dont want to have to feel awkward or intimidated in my ownhome and every time I come and go anymore I am not moving have family near by sons school near by lovely area and neighbours just this one neighbour spoiling it for the rest of the street, what can I do????
Bad neighbour next d - 31-Dec-19 @ 3:59 PM
Hi what can I do in regards to a noisy neighbour has frequent house partys that go on all night from 8:30pm till 6:30am was the latest and loudest one to date they party every weekend every special occasion every birthday bank holidays summer nights ect any excuse to party they have they do I have been a decent good neighbour for the last two years they party frequent they did seem to settle down at midnight but for the last 4 months they have taken the mick music so loud you can hear it clear through my walls and in the street and out the back garden other neighbours can hear it aswell bo way that they can sleep through it just like we cant I have had enough it's so loud and they come and go all night in cars and are very loud in the back garden when they go out for a smoke my sons and other kids bedroom is at the back they know this and still make no effect to keep the noise down I have had to put two complaints in now to our landlord (we have the same landlord) and all they said was I have to make a noise diary I just wanted the landlord to make a house call to them and tell them near by neighbours can grar them everytime they decide to party and its effecting us sleep wise ect for work and school runs ect what can I do isn't there something that can be done now instead? I am dreading tonight it is new years eve and I know they will party all night long when they could still have fun still have partys just need to turn the music down after midnight so we can try get to sleep what can I do its awkward now we dont say hello to each other now or take each other's parcels in or even exchange xmas cards this year its awkward when we leave house at same time for school runs and work as our drive ways are joined what can I do I feel I have been a good decent neighbour feel bad for complaing to landlord but they have been taking the mick since September none stop now it's now end of december I dont want to have to feel awkward or intimidated in my ownhome and every time I come and go anymore I am not moving have family near by sons school near by lovely area and neighbours just this one neighbour spoiling it for the rest of the street, what can I do????
Bad neighbour next d - 31-Dec-19 @ 3:58 PM
Don't I have a nabour that started giveing me proplems he's a rigtt strange one he lives the other side of the building but he got a car a wile ago that makes way to much noise and go's out all hours of the day and night trying to fix things like he nos what he's doing lol he for sure is cheating the benefit system as he reckons he's got agoraphobia which means you can't go in public or leave the house of fear of open spaces but yet he's got a Subaru and goes out regularly not only that the neighbour across the road has just bought one one and that one is loud as anything and he goes out like 15 times a day I can hear him when he's halfway down the road all my windows shut something tells me that's breaking the law on how loud it is the guys having a midlife crisis I'm absolutely sick of it and I hope one day the cars will be seized either from noise or they lose their licence the guy across the road definitely a drug dealer as well doesn't surprise me
Steel - 29-Dec-19 @ 12:57 PM
A few months back my neighbours had moved in it was supposedly a women and her two kids one younger and one at school. Of course when they did move in it was her and her supposed boyfriend assuming it’s the younger kids dad. They are consistently noisy either by being too loud where you can hear the mother shouting or banging around either the doors or for some reason banging on the wallsand other times she’s playing her music so loud you can hear the base. They were the worse in the summer as they always had there friends over who were also equally as loud as her with them having party’s outside that went on till 11pm. We’ve asked them before if they can turn there music down and they seem fine to do so but there have been times when she’s drunk that’s she quite mouthy not towards us but you do hear her. How do I get rid of herbecause I just think she’s selfish and inconsiderate of others.
Charlotte123 - 19-Dec-19 @ 8:20 PM
Can I have some advice? A neighbour has moved in above me. All you can hear is th child running about all day. At times it's gone past 11pm. You can hear the mother shouting at times & doors slamming etc. I understand kids will be kids but surely it shouldn't be going on constantly. I work and have to be up at 6am my 16 year old is studying for her gcses so also needs quiet time. I have tried knocking but she doesn't answer. What can I do?
Kit - 11-Dec-19 @ 9:08 PM
Our neighbour has caused us noise problems for 3 years now, started complaining and filling in diary sheets right from the start, even had the local P.C.S.O'S out and then the housing association with the environmental health telling him to keep it at a certain level. He didn't,2 days after he started up with his base noise again a man in his early 60's playing teenage music for up to 18 hours a time. I have a disability and my poor husband has had a breakdown over this noise that you can hear in every room, a 1 bed bungalow and the perpetrator has a surround system with sound bar a 43" t.v., 4 speakers and some kind of music set up in his kitchen. Oh and he has for some reason taken off his bathroom door so noise comes straight through to our bungalow. He drinks until he passes out and leaves both t.v. and his kitchen set up on loud enough to wake the sleeping. We can't eat, drink or go outside in the good weather for the noise factor, and if he hears us say getting ready for bed he will turn the volume up even more. Have tried to use the apps the housing gave us but not being good with technology it didn't work. Continued to write diaries until I am sick of the sight of them, now someone else is in charge of ASB at the housing and is coming out Wednesday with a Matron noise detector, supposedly to pick up this base noise, but as soon as this perpetrator gets drunk he will forget and leave the noise going until he wakes up, what if this monitor does not work, where will we be then? Have even sent letters written by our G.P in to the housing to no avail, all fell on deaf ears.If you knock on the perpetrators door and ask politely for him to turn the noise down he just tells you to F... off and slams door in your face, he has also turned all 3 neighbours against us especially when the P.C.S.O's came out with their body cams on they said they wouldn't live with it, but when they gave their report into our housing it made no difference, they still let this person live in this bungalow next door to us. Last night he had noise on from 17:00 hrs until 06:30 this morning and he is at it again now. We are sat here in the front room with all our doors shut, we can't eat, sleep do anything anymore this person has taken away 3 years of our lives and nobody but nobody apart from one or two people actually believe us. Just know we can't take much more of this persons ways, we have lived here for 17 years and have been happy bar 3 of them. What on earth can we do as my poor husband has been in A&E for tummy problems only came out last Tuesday to this moron and his drunken behaviour, just know we can't take any more stress from this person. The Police can't do anything, the environmental health people don't come out at night around here. Don't see any end to this what should or what help can we do or get. He is driving us mad and we will be in an early grave if he is left to his ways. Help.
Millie - 1-Dec-19 @ 5:30 PM
My neighbour below started to put the bass music up 3 weeks ago, asked him to turn it down and he said no way it could be him even though I could hear it while I was talking to him. He said its all in my head. I recorded it on a dB meter and it was 30-40 dB. I dont know what the dB limit is for neighbours. He lives in the front apartment so when the council came round to listen he had had seen him and turned it down before he even stepped foot inside. Really dont know what to do now but I miss many a nights sleep and I am so stressed about it.
Rox - 1-Dec-19 @ 3:13 PM
Ever since my neighbor moved in its been hell. Slamming doors and stamping feet fights and shouting. This goes on at all hours day and night, I've tried talking to him about it but he's always out his face and never listens to me, there is always him or a friend or two there so never sure if they will turn nasty to me,I have spoke with other neighbors who also don't feel safe now he has moved in. I have to get up at 4:30 5 days a week to go to work while he and his friends are still up and banging causing me to lose a lot off sleep. All I won't is a quick life but can't because of this person, plus I'm hoping to sell this place but know one would buy knowing what they'd have to put up with this.
Lumps - 4-Nov-19 @ 8:04 PM
Clarice. After midnight?? Where is your common sense and consideration! The law is you're not allowed to vaccum after 8pm.
Tanz - 30-Oct-19 @ 1:09 PM
Is it considered rude to hoover after midnight? Thanks
Clarice - 30-Oct-19 @ 12:21 AM
Hi we have new neighbours that have just brought the house next door. The house needs a lot of work so we are expecting a lot of noise. The one main work man is constantly playing loud music up till 9pm most day's. Even on a Sunday. I've been round and ask him to turn it down slightly as the house is completely empty and it's making his music sound like a boom box. The answer i got back from him was I'm working, I know the law .. I just said there's no need to be rude I'm just ask you to turn it down slightly. Not sure what to do, as the owners seem to be good friends with the workmen.
Joe - 27-Oct-19 @ 4:49 PM
Can i have some information from any body I have a neighbour from hell who lives above me I wrote a warning letter on the notice bored after he come rudely knocking on my door when I was trying to get my son to sleep he rudly said to me oh can I keep my son down from making so much noise by playing with his toys laughing some times he has his bad days where he cries because of his teething, now after I wrote that letter about him calling him A little B**ch n B**ching about my child he went to the council the council sent me three letter's telling me I have to keeo my son down in the day time & at night but it's okay for him to bang loudly above me in my bedroom even my son's room thudding as if he's trying to wake my son on purpose witch he does wake my son up early hours in the morning like 1 or 2oclock I can understand he works late hours some days he's off he doesn't bang in the day time when he's in only at night can I still get the council to kick him out or remove him even though he's brought his flat?, as this is getting rediculous now it's making me so angry how he can get away with noise but my two year old son can't?.. What can I do? I also have evidence on record with the bangs thuds!!!!.
E - 25-Oct-19 @ 11:37 AM
I work night shift . They started do some job downstairs in May, we are end of October and they are still making a lot of noise . They start drilling 8.00 am in the morning, under my floor . I can never rest .... . This situation affect my health, I felt sick at work because luck of rest . I asked the company when they are going to finish and they don’t know . How is possible that there is no law to protect resident in their home ? They should have a timeframe .I don’t know what to do ..... . I don’t feel well and I don’t know how to manage this situation .
Pam - 16-Oct-19 @ 2:48 PM
I have lived in my council houe flat for 15years And in 2017 new neighbour moved in flat above me who are neighbours from Hell Anti socil behavour play loud music and damage to my stuff. He has been served abaitment order which they broke from day one. They get away with everything as i have called so many people for Help with No Luck. I think they are being looked after by council and police as council says they. Have no paper from me which i have so much paper work cctv phone recoredings. I say to everyone recored your talks with everyone involved in your case As they all lie most of all the council lie like mad. Tell you one thing then say somethng different. In letters and phone calls
Mysia - 30-Sep-19 @ 9:23 PM
Hi I’m so depressed and sad most of the time but I live in a four in a block and I have the neighbour from hell he has made my life hell from the moment he moved in and I can’t stand it anymore I just don’t know what do I’m do pissed off to he’s allowed to be noisy all the time he slams doors, he bangs and jumps about and then his toddler son runs about his flat all day till he has to go to his bed and cries constantly I can’t put up with it much longer I’m at my wits end because anytime I make noise he goes crazy and starts being really noisy so I have to stay in my bedroom all the time because that is the quietest room I don’t know what to do and I’m a housing association tenant and he’s private let so he gets away with everything so I don’t complain about him anymore what can I do? Please help thanks
Kimmyxoxo - 14-Sep-19 @ 1:02 PM
Anti social neighbour who has removed every wall in his house, tiled it and created what is now a giant echo chamber where you can here every tiny noise, even their conversations. His noisy kitchen is right under our bedroom with kitchen machinery noise vibrating through our house. The council are useless and give no help. I think he is deliberately trying to force us from our house with his actions.
Amy - 28-Aug-19 @ 11:53 AM
I live next to a cafe, and for 5hours a day people sit outside the cafe drinking coffee and are not talking they shout at each other I can hear them over the TV with the windows closed. I even measured the decibels at 85-90plus. Would I be able to get something done?
Jimbob - 24-Aug-19 @ 6:02 PM
I live across the road from a pub semi rural and every night we have to put up with loud music and people swearing etc they leave the doors wide open constant and refuse to close them even after 11pm can I put in a complaint?
Lo - 16-Aug-19 @ 8:39 PM
I live in a flat in Milton Keynes and I am bombarded daily with what seems to be door slamming, knocking on the wall and heavy footfall (like someone is stamping their feet while running/jogging). The neighbours even seem to stand by their window and start talking loudly so it penetrates my living room or bedroom and causes a disturbance. Interestingly the sounds can be heard in every single room so there is no way to escape it (I almost convinced myself I was being haunted by a poltergeist !!). I have spoken to my neighbours but it led to nothing and the noises continued. Like other people on this site have mentioned, it can affect my sleep badly and has a seriously detrimental affect on my wellbeing. I have found that using earplugs is an excellent way to reduce the impact from this environmental noise. Especially with sleep. I would recommend to anyone else who is also experiencing these problems to grab yourself some. You can get wax earplugs from most chemists, and industrial foam earplugs from most hardware stores ( I bought a pack of 50 from Screwfix ).
Bloody Ears - 14-Aug-19 @ 10:34 PM
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