Save Thurston's precious trees!

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lynn gazal
Apr 27, 2021
Trees are necessary for our survival and our mental and physical well being.

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Nell Pursey
Mar 1, 2021
No brainer, leave the trees alone.

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Elaine Fischer
Feb 27, 2021
We all NEED trees!

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Claudia Mellentin
Jan 24, 2021
I love trees!

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Annette Barsby
Nov 29, 2020
This can easily be remedied but has sadly not been,It's disgrace and especially since we know that trees are necessafry in helping our climate. Sham eon you Keep the remaining trees intact for generations to come and wildlife It's you responsibility to be environmentally aware

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A Huggins
1 year ago
These trees are very precious. Good for the human soul! Persimmon ... STOP destroying our nature. Don’t creep in and destroy the environment at NIGHT, in the dark. F**k Persimmon. Make *MEETINGS with *local *people *MANDATORY*, let them have their say before ANYTHING like this is done.

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Gerald Harniman
1 year ago
Developer blight spreads like a cancer across the UK, with larger developers such as Persimmon abusing planning and local communities. At a time of increasing climate emergency the destruction of trees should carry a weighty cost to those involved.

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Chris Gll
1 year ago
Cycling next to a busy road? Madness, pollution etc. keep the trees. Create an cycle and walking happy environment. Persimmon execs, get out of your company cars and smell the fresh air and encourage more cycling and walking. You might even earn a peerage!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Jane Ebbett
1 year ago
We are loosing too many trees and hedgerows in the UK. Paths can be re-routed -- trees can't up and move themselves elsewhere -- as much as they would like to escape the chainsaws.

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rebecca taylor
1 year ago
Because we need to start respecting the environment. I come from that part of the world. It is a beautiful place but at continual risk from brute greed and short termism. Farming has grubbed up miles and miles of ancient hedgerow, chopped thousands of trees, destroyed meadows and wetlands, put down poison, killed my dog, raped the land. Inconsiderate building development is another curse. You don't know what you have got till it's gone. Unfortunately, given human nature there is little hope. Greed trumps all. Trees were once sacred in this country. It's time we understood they still are.