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Councillor Crosby - Removal of Trees in Gallagher Park

Bill Crosby

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On 23/04/2021 at 17:19, Canny lass said:

Dumping your garden waste there also helps if it's allowed in the area.

If I might just clarify this, I didn't mean just any garden waste. Only those that may possibly, in the long run, enrich the area. The weeds you pull up are just fine as are the dead flower heads you remove from your garden. No tree parts, as these will also grow high, and nothing that will look like dumped rubbish: branches, heaps of grass-cuttings etc. Bramble cuttings and wild raspberry cuttings have really thrived in my nearest clearing and I've had a moderate success with heathers here and there. 

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