Save Western Road First World War Memorial trees from destruction.

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Joshua Klipp
2 years ago
Every day, trees make this world a better place. These trees were planted in memory of those who gave their lives to do the same.

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Anita Kanitz
3 years ago
"Only when the last tree is cut, the last river is poisoned, the last fish is caught, you will realize that you can not eat money." (Prophecy of the Cree)


Erst wenn der letzte Baum gerodet, der letzte Fluss vergiftet, der letzte Fisch gefangen ist, werdet Ihr merken, dass man Geld nicht essen kann.“ (Weissagung der Cree)

We should be glad that we are no longer on the brink with regard to environmental problems. We are already one step further.

© Ernst Ferstl
(* 1955), Austrian teacher, poet and aphorist

Wir sollten froh darüber sein, daß wir in bezug auf die Umweltprobleme nicht mehr am Abgrund stehen. Wir sind bereits einen Schritt weiter.

© Ernst Ferstl
(*1955), österreichischer Lehrer, Dichter und Aphoristiker

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James Watts
3 years ago
Trees are part of the historic landscape as much as monuments.

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Susan Nundy
3 years ago
I love trees and think they should be preserved. They are beautiful, a haven for birds and a feel good factor. Please don't chop any more trees. Save them.

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Andrew Hibberd
3 years ago
I used to live on that street, wouldnt be the same without them

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Rasthy De Los Reyes
3 years ago
Love the greenery in Sheffield

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Clive Humphreys
3 years ago
City trees were planted for a good reason - that reason hasn't changed. Find out yourself and be educated rather than ignorant.

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Laura Gatward
3 years ago
This is shocking

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Karen Murphy-Day
3 years ago
Living in England

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Mary Lester
3 years ago
We need trees! Already we have too few trees in this country. It’s criminal vandalism to destroy these trees for no good reason.