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Mr Whippy vans under threat due to concerns over pollution from running enginesMr Whippy vans could be banned from parks over claims they harm the environment. After numerou

s London councils issued bans , Sheffield City Council have now received complaints the popular ice cream cones are adding to air pollution. Protestors say the vans’ engines are left running to operate their famous Whippy machines. Now ice cream sellers could b

e forced to upgrade their vans to ultra low emitting vehicles or only use scooped ice cream. Green party Councillor Douglas Johnso

n said they asked the council’s licensing department to review is policy and stop vendors running their engines while parked. “If people are serious about air pollution this is an ideal opportunity to reduce it as the council approves licenses for ice cream vendors, Johnson explained. “There is only a small amount of ice cream vans in comparison to cars so it would make a small difference to overall air pollution but a big difference to parks packed with children and families. Mr Whippy vans in Sheffield are under threat due to environmenta2012香港挂牌彩图全篇 l worries (Image: Getty) Read MoreRelated ArticlesDead bodies, beer bottles and tonnes of

trash found during Mount Everest clean-up “No one wants to sit in a park with the fumes and noise of an engine. “This would help to tackle air pollution and we can still enjoy ice cream.” But the owner of Yorkshire’s oldest ice cream company said there will be “uproar” if the ban is implemented. Andrew Cuneo, 55, who runs his 155-year-old family business, Cuneo’s Ice Cream said: “The councillor is interfering with a great British tradition. “It’s like a Monty Python sketch. “We are the oldest ice cream company in Yorkshire and in 155 years have never heard of such codswallop. “We are not breaking any rules or regulations. There will be uproar if this is passed. “At the end of the day, if the customer doesn’t want to buy the soft ice cream pr

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on’t have a business, but they do because they love it. Mr Whippy ice creams remain very popular today but their future is uncertain (Image: REX/Shutterstock) Read MoreRelated ArticlesCorbyn ally defends his foreword to anti

-Semitic book that said Jews run banks “If he thinks he is going to pick on us then he is greatly mistaken. There will be such a backlash.” Locals have also criticised the proposal and said it would be “tragic” if the famous twirly 99 flake treat was lost. Ryan Ellison, 33, from Sheffield, South Yorks., said the vans “bring joy” to children and adults alike. “I think we have much bigger things to

tackle in Sheffield and it’s silly we are talking about potentially banning a small number of ice cream vans,” he said. Sheffield C

ity Council have been approached for comment. Read Mor

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