Dangerous trees in Hastings' Alexandra Park to be cut down

Up to 30 dangerous, decaying or dead trees are to be removed from an East Sussex Park to protect the public.

Hastings Borough Council said it would remove the trees, which it identified during an inspection, from the Grade II listed Alexandra Park from 11 June.

It plans to replace them with saplings in the autumn.

Councillor Emily Westley said Alexandra Park was one of Hastings' best loved open spaces and safety was their "number one priority".

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