NO FURTHER action will be taken after complaints were made about noise during a Basingstoke festival.

Two complaints were made to Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council about noise during The Magic of Thailand event, held in War Memorial Park over two days on June 10 and 11.

The popular annual family festival celebrates Thai culture and included Thai food and craft activities as well as live performances.

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The event was licensed by the borough council and held on council land.

A spokesperson for the borough council said a noise complaint about intrusive sound levels was made by a resident, via a ward councillor.

A second complaint was made directly to the events team.

They added: “No other complaints were received by the council’s environmental health or licensing teams either during or after the event.

“In response to the complaint, the council got in touch with the organisers to request the noise logs. The information they provided indicates that no further action is required.

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“The council will continue to work with the organisers to check that any future events have sufficient noise control measures in place to prevent nuisance, but also allow people to have access to diverse and unique events in the borough.”

Magic of Thailand was launched in 2012 and now hosts festivals in various locations including Poole, Manchester, Brighton and London.

The Basingstoke event ran from 10am to 7pm on both days and included Thai folk music, an eating competition, a Thai beer garden, traditional Thai dances, Thai massage, a children’s funfair and various performances.

The organisers are yet to respond to a request for a comment.