Replanting Vandalism- Porthilly Padstow

Dec 21, 2021 | News

Cormac has undertaken replanting on a section of hedge at Porthilly, on behalf of Cornwall Council. This section was part of some invasive management work. The new hedging trees and shrubs were planted less than three weeks ago and recently its been discovered that some of them have already been vandalised, by being cut down to the base. Unwanted pruning has been a historical issue at Porthilly in the past, this is upsetting, Cormac want positive management of the environment and spend time and money on these projects.

For further information or any queries please contact Cormac’s Countryside Access Team:

Tel:      0300 1234 202



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