Due to the recent passing of 1 of my 2 elderly next door neighbours who both loved to watch and listen to the fireworks (with no issues with their Labrador), and subsequent rehoming of the elderly lady next door due to dementia, it has crossed my mind that I am due to get new neighbours. I just hope that whoever moves in will show the same level of tollerance and respect that the rest of us do to local celebrations, parties, and freedom of others interests and hobbies, as long as it's within the law and not too late. They will be living amongst local yapping jack Russels, about a million cats (including my own), many motorcycle lovers in the area, impromptu 'build-an-engine rocket rack or fix-it' garage parties with neighbours (due to the invention of beer fridges and man's overwhelming desire to fix or make something), and barbecues regularly hosted by myself and the neighbour across the road. Of course they will be welcomed with open arms and also invited to our small private display for bonfire night and NYE with the rest of the neighbours friends and family. We all currently see eye to eye, help each other out with house issues, car/bike problems, the odd rare case of local crime and have a good laugh as it stands, so I'm keen to maintain that relationship with all my neighbours and don't want anyone to spoil that for us all. After all, I have had a few neighbours mention that they look forward to my fireworks . Are you just north of Leicester want a 3 bed semi-detached house in that area? It comes with the option of a 2 position firing site with an extra firer. Also ideal for a local pyro-competition akin to the old school "I see your rocket, and raise you this". Anyone got any ideas on how to make it clear that we love pyro in this house/street, even when I'm out, so anyone viewing next door will get a bloody good hint? Also has anyone else got good, neutral or particarly opinionated neighbours? Share your stories.