This site was not easily accessible.
Recently a wheel chair accessible network of paths have been driven through the contiguous SSI
These give easy access to this previously protected site. The nine trees, pollarded chestnuts, with many dead branches are an irreplaceable wildlife resource. Already the site is showing signs of vandalism. There are similar groves at Llanthony Priory and Westonbirt.
Many local wetlands are in the process of destruction, funded by company Greenwash.
Human beings do not have a God given right to walk their dogs over every last inch of the UK.
Pwllcrochan has signs forbidding dogs, similar signs should be erected at the Holyland reserve.
UPDATE CHEVRON HAVE SECURED THE SITE AND WILL CARRY OUT A STUDY AS TO HOW TO PRESERVE THE SITE 050108
You seem to be entirely contradicting the previous post, one minute you are fighting private landowners on their land, the next minute you are protesting against large organisations over opened up areas! Surely all the opened up areas wherever they are will be vandalised and used as dogs toilets!! Make your mind up who's side you are on!!
yes explane the difference?
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