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Ash Dieback Works

This is to inform you that work will soon begin on the following sites to remove Ash Dieback affected trees which are in severe decline:

• Bents Green Playing Field

• Bents Green Avenue

• Endcliffe Park

• Bingham Park

• Highcliffe Allotments

• High Storrs Allotments

• Whiteley Woods

• Forge Dam

• Porter Clough & Mayfield Valley

• Carr Bank Wood

• Ecclesall Woods

• Millhouses Park

• Brincliffe Edge Woods

• Edgefield Rd Scout hut

Ash dieback is a highly infectious disease affecting ash trees. It has killed up to 85% of ash in Northern Europe and has been spreading across the UK since 2012. The disease is now beginning to cause extensive dieback of ash in Sheffield. Once the disease reaches an advanced stage, affected trees can become unpredictably brittle and drop branches or fail. Full details of how we are managing the disease can be found here:

Work will be taking place between now and the end February 2022.

Please follow diversions, avoid working areas and take notice of warning signs placed by our tree contractor.

Road and path closures may be in place for the duration of the works for public safety.

Should you require any further information on the intended work please contact

Our Trees & Woodlands Strategy can also be found here:

Kind regards,

Leonie Kapadia, Nathan McWhinnie

Community Tree Officers

Trees, Woodlands & Countryside

Sheffield City Council

Level 3, Westwing,

Moorfoot Building,

Sheffield S1 4PL


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