Marsh Farm disturbance possible 12th Nov to about 4th Dec for essential tree works on and around the islands
Added on November 12, 2020

During the next few weeks (12th November to about 4th December 2020) there will be continuing essential tree work on and around the Marsh Farm islands to cut back the willows, as we have done in previous years. Disturbance is possible at anytime but especially on weekdays as this is when the bulk of the work will be carried out.



   

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