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Around a third of the trees at Dibbinsdale local nature reserve are ash, including a lot of young trees, which appear vulnerable to the disease Ash dieback - Chalara.
The Friends of Greenvale Local Nature Reserve want to see more equipment introduced and a perimeter fence put up around the play area to stop dog fouling.
Kirklees Council is recommending the historic Almondbury landmark be given Local Nature Reserve Status - in a bid protect its wildlife habitats and heritage.
It will start at East Boldon Metro Station at 10am, and will take in Hebburn Flash at Hebburn Riverside Park, Primrose and Station Burn Local Nature Reserves and Carr Ellison Park.
Tamworth Borough Council's cabinet has given the green light for Dosthill Park to be designated as a Local Nature Reserve.
At the time of the launch, the five sites chosen were Holywell Pond, Big Waters, Newsham Pond, Ha'Penny Woods and East Cramlington Pond and Local Nature Reserve.
When we last visited Ryton Willows local nature reserve, two years ago, some of the gorse scrub had been charred by fire, leaving bare ground and blackened stems.
Walking with his daughter Emma, Craig Wood, Birmingham CityCouncil's local nature reserves officer, revealed the new nature reserve in Hillhook, near Sutton Coldfield, had been saved from the bulldozer and protected.