Notices On Trees

If your cat has disappeared, or you want to let people know about an event, it’s understandable to think about pinning notices on the trees lining our streets.                           But please think twice …

Brighton & Hove’s arboriculturalists have informed us that even tiny holes can damage the bark of trees and leave them far more susceptible to pests and diseases. The same thing goes for reversing vehicles into trees. Sadly, it can have a serious effect.

Please help protect our trees by not pinning notices on them and taking care not to hit them when parking.

If you need to put notices on the trees you can use string rather than pins or staples.

Click here for the Council’s tree web page.

Click here for the Council’s web page on flyers and flyposting.

Thanks to www.ditchlingrise.org

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