'It's only a matter of time before a storm brings 40ft trees crashing down onto our home'
A COUPLE are living in fear that their bungalow will be crushed after North Lincolnshire Council refused to chop seven trees next to their home to a shorter height.
Patrick Naughton, 57, and his partner Kathy Holmes, 56, have said they think it is only a matter of time until a storm brings down one of the 40ft monsters which tower above their property on Vinegarth, Epworth.
Mr Naughton has even presented the council with scientific evidence in a desperate attempt to prove to the council that all trees snap under a certain wind speed.
However, he says the trees have been deemed safe by the... read more
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