Ash Die Back – information from Pigshill Woods CIC

Dec 8, 2022 | Community News

Letter received from Pigshill  & Clarrick Woods CIC 7th December 2022

To: Millbrook parish council,

Pigshill and Clarrick Woods CIC would like to give notice to the Millbrook Parish Council that we have been asked by CORMAC to remove a group of ash trees near the Maker Junction and another single ash tree near St. Julian’s Well. The work to remove those trees must conclude no later than the 14th of January 2023. The trees are a safety concern because they have advanced dieback disease and are alongside the main road, presenting a danger to people in passing vehicles.

Many thanks,
Damien Golder
Pigshill and Clarrick Woods
Director

 

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