Council reveals extent of highway tree felling due to ash dieback

Devon County Council will this week fell around 26 dieback-infected ash trees along a major road "as a safety precaution", but said the likely figure for felling necessitated by the disease will be closer to 400 this winter.

by Gavin McEwan
Image: Devon County Council
Image: Devon County Council

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