If you've watched the news recently, you may have seen that Ash dieback disease is hitting trees in the UK particularly hard this year.
We've identified a number of our trees across North Somerset that have been effected and as a result are working to remove and replace them.
The effected area is quite large and extends across Weston-super-Mare, Worle, Clevedon, Nailsea, Long Ashton, Congresbury and Langford.
This work has already started and will continue throughout the winter period.
We'll be replacing any removed tree with 'younger' trees and this will start in January.
If you want to read more on how Ash dieback is effecting the UK this year, read this helpful BBC article.