Council to open up 'gloomy and oppressive' Leicester churchyard - by chopping down 21 trees



Council bosses have scaled back their tree-felling plans as part of a proposed revamp of an historic city centre churchyard.
Officials at Leicester City Council want to open up the wooded St George's churchyard in the heart of the Cultural Quarter because they say it is gloomy and oppressive.
They want to make the area more welcoming from Orton Square, near Curve, and outlined options about how many trees in the wooded area should be felled to achieve this.
It had suggested cutting down 26 trees - a move described by the Leicester Civic Society as 'environmental vandalism'.
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13 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
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