Trump and the Irish have the solution this from the Irish Times 27th November 2018 but they have to back a no deal Brexit to achieve it! Trump’s tariff tactics could make no-deal Brexit work for Ireland Security exemption in WTO rules could enable tariff-free cross-Border tr https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/trump-s-tariff-tactics-could-make-no-deal-brexit-work-for-ireland-1.3711188 ...
Remember that leaflet ...'we will do what the vote result is' lol. Clearly not.
EU employee of the month Theresa May says we are leaving but clearly her deal is nothing of the sort. We couldn't really be in a worse mess than if that deal goes through. Has she lost the plot?
We have experts on trees on this forum does anyone know why the tree was pollarded there is probably a very good reason.
Pollarding is just a posh name for butchering!
which a quick search shows to be Lady's Mile Holiday Park. See Public Notice section of this week's Gazette, top right hand side of page 27. More info from TDC. Any representations concerning this application need to be made to TDC by 18th December 2018.
Click on link below to see agenda which includes a planning application for the Old Rectory site in Weech Road, a planning application for the Daw Vale site on Westcliff, and a planning application concerning the land at Langdon designated for housing. https://www.dawlish.gov.uk/edit/uploads/2540_1225370300.pdf
I think DEEDOODLE has mixed up butchered with pollarding, the two are quite different.
@leatash - i beg to differ, the weight in the tree is in the trunk not in the small branches that have slowly grown back after many years since it was last butchered. In 18 months you will have a tuft of branches sticking out of the trunk. The only reason it is butchered in this way is because it is cheaper to do so, not for any other reason, in my opinion.