Thursday, 26 April 2012


The scene at the station has changed a lot this week with the removal of the trees that are in the car park.

This work had nothing to do with the Coastguard but was a decision taken by our Landlords (of the car park) - the Town Council.

When the station was built the trees were meant to be taken down but at the last minute were just trimmed.  3 years on the tree roots are damaging the car park and also the properties next door to the station.

Since being cut down it was been discovered that some of the trees were also quite rotted so it an important thing they came down before falling down.

The good news is that in the Autumn some more suitable plants will be replanted.

1 comment:

John B said...

Nice photo of tree felling, will the blue crain be lifting in the new trees/shrubs.Probably lets in more light to the houses next door.