The council hope felling the trees will open up the park, improving views to and from the town centre and town hall, reducing anti-social behaviour and allowing more people to use the gardens.But in Canvey Island, they prevent anti-social behaviour, and must be planted:
Six maple trees which currently hide the fountain along the northern boundary and two cherry trees along the southern boundary are to be felled.
More than 40 trees will be planted on Canvey to try to combat antisocial behaviour.Confused? I am!
Castle Point Council has been given a £3,000 grant from Chelmsford charity Fowler, Smith and Jones to plant the trees along First and Second avenues.
Residents asked for the area to be tidied up in an effort to improve people’s behaviour.
Is it a North/South thing?
Have you done this one yet?
I will do now, ta!
Charity gives grant to council? Yikes! 'Tis usually the other way around.
I expect in one place the trees must come down because they hide the frigging, while elsewhere they need to go up to hide the frigging.
It all depends on your view of frigging, as it were.
Why can't they leave the trees alone and get the Mad Axeman of Brighton to chop up the friggers?
"Charity gives grant to council? Yikes! 'Tis usually the other way around."
I expect it's an 'investment' in the charity's future.
Their future with the council, that is...
"Why can't they leave the trees alone and get the Mad Axeman of Brighton to chop up the friggers?"
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