Dogs in a Birmingham pet home have ripped out their claws in fear of the recent fireworks.
A chilly night on the way, then turning slightly milder tomorrow with showers
Leicestershire Police are warning people not to put their safety at risk by purchasing fireworks from unlicensed places.
If you're using fireworks or attending a fireworks display this New Year's Eve, here's a few tips to keeping safe:
Never allow young children to play or ignite fireworks.
Avoid buying fireworks packaged in brown paper.
Always have an adult supervising firework activities.
Never place your body directly over fireworks.
Never try to re-light or pick up fireworks that haven't fully ignited.
Never throw fireworks.
Douse used fireworks with plenty of water to prevent a trash fire.
A woman whose home was damaged when a local youth put a lit firework through her front door tells Central Tonight of the devastating effect it has had on her family.
Lee Comley reports.
People in Leicester are being advised to buy fireworks from licensed shops.
Last year damaged and dangerous goods were illegally sold around housing estates from vans last year in the county.
Leicestershire Police are warning against any deals which appear significantly cheaper than usual.