TREE maintenance work is set to get underway at Newbold Comyn.
Warwick District Council has been carrying out a routine annual inspection of its woodland areas and has found that some trees at the country park in Leamington require essential work.
This includes tree removal and pruning.
Those trees have been sprayed to ensure they are identifiable.
Tree maintenance work is undertaken between September to March when the trees are out of leaf, and the bird nesting season is avoided.
This timeframe allows the contractors to take advantage of the ground conditions, rather than disrupting the ground, leaving it muddy and uneven for regular park users. Signs have been placed onsite to highlight where the work is taking place.
WDC’s neighbourhoods spokesperson Coun Will Roberts said: “We have received a few enquiries about the work taking place on Newbold Comyn. I want to reassure our park users that we are only carrying out work which is necessary to protect the long-term health of the woodland and ensure that the healthy trees will continue to provide a habitat for wildlife. I would like to thank park users for their patience and understanding while this work is being carried out.”