Vandals damage Queen’s Park tree

Posted On 24 Aug 2014 at 12:07 pm
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IMG_0096.JPGVandals are thought to have torn down branches on a large elm tree which overlooks the playground at Queen’s Park.

Tree surgeons sawed off the branches this morning after they were found snapped and hanging down.

Residents had reported hearing loud noises coming from the area in the early hours of the morning.

  1. SableMable Reply

    The Vandals must have had huge machinery to tear down these branches. Suggest the previous vandals that stuck the swing on the broken branches might have had more to do with it. Who was stupid enough to put a swing in such a rare tree?

  2. SableMable Reply

    The Vandals must have had huge machinery to tear down these branches. Suggest the previous vandals that stuck the swing on the broken branches might have had more to do with it. Who was stupid enough to put a swing in such a rare tree?

  3. feline1 Reply

    Well you’d actually have to be reasonably smart to recognise an elm and know it was rare – most stupid people wouldn’t know an oak from a cyress leylandii!

  4. feline1 Reply

    Well you’d actually have to be reasonably smart to recognise an elm and know it was rare – most stupid people wouldn’t know an oak from a cyress leylandii!

  5. feline1 Reply

    cypress, even.

    Anyways, the nice thing about trees is that you can always plant more…

  6. feline1 Reply

    cypress, even.

    Anyways, the nice thing about trees is that you can always plant more…

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