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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Trees Update

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Trees get more Dangerous

I contacted our MP about he trees and sent her details of the evidence her reply was For many reasons I will be not visiting You-tube nor clicking on links/visit websites & blogs through the various mediums.. I then sent it via twitter but apparently she doesn't read her twitter I can email Donald Trump but not out MP

I also contacted local councillors and received this auto response 

CHAPMAN, Clair (Councillor)

22 Jan (6 days ago)

I am currently on holiday and will return on Monday 17th August.

How is she supporting her ward if she is away for so long?

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Deadly branch's fall at the Queens Park

The council are still saying the branch’s are safe well here is proof they are not. So they are either lying or misinformed

Friday, December 29, 2017

CEC refuse to make the Queens Park Safe

Despite all the evidence the council still refuses to make the park safe they claim they inspected the park in October If they did they must be blind as the dead branch's were reported to the park manager and ANSA  and was in the Chronicle and still today nothing has been done. They claim dead wood help biodiversity which is fine if its in a wood that no one visits but in a public park its deadly.  I was the head gardener at Bostock hall which is a bigger site than the park with woods and lake and even a small dead branch falling from 20ft can kill or maim.

The only conclusion one can come to is the Council doesn't care if the public gets killed or injured when presented with photographic evidence there can be no doubt there is a high risk  of injury or death it like the London fire were no one took any action until its to late. With this evidence if any one is hurt they can take the evidence to court when they sue and prove that CEC failed in its duty of care and their obligations under Health and Safety.


30ft dead tree next to the path were children walk to school


These photos taken this week all the dead branch's  are a danger


Wednesday, December 13, 2017

End of Year review


The year started with the CEC working near badger without a licence which saw the job stopped by the Police. They then claimed they had put cameras down and proved the badgers had gone.

But our expert who came from Surrey to survey who had 30 years experience with badgers said that were still there.

Work went head as a result of the camera evidence but after 12 months of CEC refusing a FOI act request the ICO has got the reports.

Please see the following response issued to the ICO in respect of video footage:

•             Confirmation of whether the council holds any video footage in relation to this request. 

As the surveys have indicated, motion sensor cameras were erected to film the setts. The cameras were not activated. Therefore, Cheshire East Council does not hold any video footage in relation to this request.

I trust that this clarifies this point in respect of the video footage.

Kind regards.

Mrs H M Sweeney,

Senior Compliance & Customer Relations Officer,

Compliance & Customer Relations Team.

The strange thing is if there were cameras why didnt our expert see them and why didnt they capture her or other badger members?

Deadly Trees

Deadly trees were reported in February and despite many more reports and an article in the local paper no attempt has been made to make over 100 branch's safe the leader of the council Cllr Bailey refuses to even reply to complaints. I have presented photo evidence of branch's that have fallen which would kill if anyone was under it



The café which isn't that old is falling to bit and the veranda is having to be replaced

December and snow fills the park

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Council take no action on deadly Trees

No action has been taken on the deadly trees in the park despite it being reported since January. The MP has contacted them and after 5 weeks she has had no reply or any action. With strong winds forecast it becomes more urgent before someone is killed.


The old workshop which was riddled with asbestos has now been demolished and everything removed



Monday, October 23, 2017

Its Autumn in the Queens Park



More branches falling and still Cheshire East have taken no action to make the park safe these are big enough to kill but they dont seem to care. The MP is now looking into the case


Thursday, October 5, 2017

CEC take no action on deadly trees?


Despite the fact that the dangerous trees in the park were highlight in the Chronicle the CEC have made no attempt to make it safe in the park. I walked around with the reporter and all most every tree has dangerous branch's on them.

As a former head gardener of an estate larger that the park my point cant be disputed as the amount of dead branch's that have fallen in the last few week proves I am correct and its  deadly. Our MP has been asked to take some action but we have had no response from her


Above branch's that have come down this week and below tree with lots of dead one on it



Both these trees have big dead branch's capable   of killing anyone they fall on someone



More dead ones and how many can you count on the one below


Saturday, September 9, 2017

Trees now deadly in the park still no action by CEC


Massive Mushroom in the park that will fill your pate and a butterfly out this week


Last time we showed a massive deadly branch that had fell and again this week another one in the same area these are enough to kill anyone and its happening all over the park. Its been reported to the park manager and other members of the council but no action has been taken they seem hell bent on getting some one killed before they do anything. They came and chopped up this fallen branch and within a few feet there are more deadly branch's but they didn't touch them they left them on the same tree. The council has a duty to keep people safe in the park and are not even making any attempt to remove these dead branch’s. If anyone is hurt or killed these reports can be used in court to prove negligence    



A new bench this week in memory of a loved one