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Save Smithy Wood

Great rally to save Smith Wood on Saturday. The proposal for a service station at junction 33 may have thrown a spanner in the works. But it is not ” a better alternative” – both are bad. Junction 33 would add to massive air pollution issues impacting vulnerable people in the Catcliffe, Tinsley and Brinsworth areas – more congestion and stop/start emissions.

Topics: City Wide, Darnall, East Ecclesfield, Environment, Natalie Bennett, pollution, trees

There are 2 Responses to Save Smithy Wood

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19th March 2017
19th March 2017

A supportive article is in the Simon Barnes column of the Sunday Times. He is in Smithy Wood and deplores the Council’s policy on trees.

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