Firm offers flares help

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EXPLOSIVES disposal firm Ramora UK has helped the Gosport and Fareham Inshore Rescue Service (Gafirs) get rid of 30 expired flares and rockets.

The pyrotechnics can become unstable when they reach the end of their life, so need to be disposed of carefully.

‘We are delighted that Ramora could assist,’ said Ian Drummond, Gafirs’ health and safety advisor.