OK, latest head’s up on the George Drive wood fight folks…

Second Protest, 26 April, 2017.  

Protesters have been in the woods since this morning. Cllr Thompson had received news off Louise Davies of OVH that they allegedly had ‘permission’ (off the Council) to go back and start felling trees, with many that held nests with chicks in.

Davies was clearly in error as Cllr Thompson and protesters had it on police authority that OVH would be BREAKING THE LAW if they did so.

Following this new OVH threat, campaigners soon set up guard at the woodland once again.

Please sign the petition

https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/save-ainsdale-s-george-drive-woodland/

Brenda Porter showing support for the woodland campaign this morning.

A great shot (by Cookie) of a long-tailed tit feeding her chicks in the woods. This is what we are fighting to save from OVH and the Council eco- terrorists…

Base camp set up. Colin pressing on regardless…

‘Now Hear This’! Paddy’s call to action…

More fantastic support was gained throughout the day, via good caring  people from ‘all’ parts of the town.

This is yet another lovely nest discovered today in the woods. Many exist and are protected by UK Wildlife law. OVH and Sefton Council appear to think nothing about such things with their quest for TOTAL  woodland destruction… they should be ashamed of themselves! 

Sefton Council are clearly misleading OVH and vice versa. These fools are playing games with the wildlife and local community and it stinks!

OVH and Sefton Council are NOT helping the quality of life for residents, via all this stress, either.

A vote of No confidence in both authorities is being called for…

NB. Police advise…. If you see OVH around the woods ring 999.

More

http://pat-regan.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/george-drive-woods-protest-against-one.html

Addendum

Bat boxes (erected some 5 years ago) in George Drive woods.  OVH and Sefton Council clowns (who are well aware that legally-protected bats do use the woods) need to get it through their thick heads that breaking wildlife laws is NOT an option.

Pat Regan © 

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