Save Ancient Redwood Trees and gardens at RHS Wisley
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Highways England are considering making changes to M25 Junction 10 / A3 Wisley Interchange to improve road safety. One of the proposed solutions would result in the loss of 500 trees at RHS Wisley.
Alan Titchmarsh has asked gardeners to express their opposition to this proposal.
'Disregard for these important trees and lack of appreciation of the national importance of this garden would not be acceptable'.
Trees are essential in helping to combat climate change and are an integral part of our natural heritage. The loss of so many trees and the habitat is totally short sighted and only compounds problems relating to air pollution.
Please sign and add your voice to objections against this proposal. There are alternatives that could be agreed upon that would not impact on RHS Wisley.
Protect our ancient Redwood Trees and our woodland habitat for this generation and future generations. We must value our gardens and woodlands and preserve ancient trees. Once gone they can never be replaced.
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