Your local Anlaby and surrounding communities need your help!
The people of Anlaby and outlying villages have enjoyed exploring Anlaby Woods since before and after the Second World War.
The site was fenced off and the public were prevented from access since January 2019. Residents complain that someone has removed the bat boxes.
Concerns are being raised that a planning application may soon be made for development to take place on this land!
This wooded area is a local community public asset and is home to a lot of wildlife and acts as a habitat for woodpecker's, deer, hedgehogs, grouse, rabbits, owls and even bats!
Together we must protect these vulnerable animals and preserve the trees to protect our local environment.
Save your community green space and protect the wildlife - sign the petition:
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"I call on the East Riding of Yorkshire Planning Committee Councillors to reject any planning applications for development on Anlaby Woods and take any actions possible to preserve the habitat of the wildlife and protect the trees."