Stop the last tree in Llangollen's main street from being felled.

Stop the last tree in Llangollen's main street from being felled.

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Scott Felton started this petition to Llangollen town council and Denbighshire county council

A group of town and county councillors representing Llangollen in north east Wales want to see the last remaining, perfectly healthy street tree in the main thoroughfare felled to make way for new vanity paving. Despite constant denials and secrecy, freedom of information requests have uncovered the desire and hidden plan to fell the blameless and harmless 70+ year old false acacia tree.

The tree stands on the border of town council property (town hall) and the public pavement (Denbighshire county council). Both councils have an interest in taking the easy option and felling the tree when for little financial cost from a multi-million pound project, it could be incorporated rather than destroyed.

Those involved in this plot believe they can simply replace it with at least one other 'instant' and costly street tree which could never match the existing carbon storage capacity, oxygen giving potential nor the existing tree's personal eco-system of macro and micro fauna and flora. This is unacceptable. The last tree standing must be protected. Please support this petition to tell all involved the tree must stay.

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