Council cuts down 6,000 trees to act as deterrent at ‘dogging’ site

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6000 arbres ont été abattus par le comté de Lancashire. ROYAUME-UNI © AFP PHOTO DAMIEN MEYER

A council has backed the removal of 6,000 trees at a beauty spot, saying that the clearance will deterrent to people meeting for sex in the woods.

The conifers were felled on the 12 hectare site on the outskirts of Darwen, Lancashire, after a “health and safety survey.”

The Telegraph

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