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Burning: burning household waste or whichever kind of refuse outdoor is strictly forbidden. In order to preserve public health and safety, burning garden refuse is forbidden from June 15th to September 15th to.
Noise: Garden and DIY activities carried out by individuals using tools or equipment likely to disturb neighbourhood due to noise intensity, such as heat-engine lawnmowers, chainsaws, drilling machines (…) may be carried out from Monday to Saturday 9am to 12am and 2 to 7 pm and are forbidden on Sundays and bank holidays
Beaches: rough camping, setting motorhomes and caravans on the car parks of beaches, disposing waste packaging and other types of waste, consuming alcoholic beverages, setting fires of whichever nature on the beaches and on the sea shore of Saint-Briac, unless authorised by the Town Hall, are strictly forbidden all year round. From April 1st to October 15th any animal, including dogs, even on a lead, as well as any activity such as peddling or distributing ads or newspapers ( ; …) are forbidden on the beaches.
Cemetery: the cemetery is opened from April 1st to November 1st from 8:15am to 7pm, Monday to Sunday, including bank holidays.
Traffic: The town centre will be under blue area regulation in July and August. During the same period, traffic will be closed on Friday mornings (market day).