Bull Pasture Trees
The Parish Council obtained permission from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council in 2008 to improve the biodiversity of Bull Pasture by planting shrubs and various species of trees along the boundary adjacent to Thornham Close. Funding from donations from village groups, including Play Group, Woodland Trust and trees grown by the late Robin Scott the field was made a welcoming environment for wildlife displaced by aggressive development in South Cave. Some trees were planted in memory of loved ones who are no longer here.
Following a recent inspection of the plantation it has become apparent a number of trees have been heavily cut back and vandalised. The Parish Council are looking for any information which may relate to these incidents and can be reported to the firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01430 421044
Your assistance with this matter would be greatly appreciated.