NO one likes to see greenery cut down — especially when there’s a local and global drive to plant more trees.

But sometimes when oaks and sycamores are cut down there is an ecological reason for doing so, as was seen at the Wildridings McDonald’s store last month.

This seems to be the case at Garth Meadows, too, after one resident questioned why Bracknell Forest Council (BFC) was cutting down brambles and hawthorn at the site. 

Despite Lindy’s concerns, BFC explained the work needed to go ahead.

Bracknell News: via Bracknell Forest Councilvia Bracknell Forest Council

These responses prompted a reaction from a few more residents: