We really welcome today’s news that MSA Extra have withdrawn their application to develop a major motorway service area on Smithy Wood, a semi-natural ancient woodland and Local Wildlife Site near J35 of the M1.
Following the decision today by Rotherham Council’s Planning Board to approve the development of a motorway service station at Junction 33 of the M1, Liz Ballard, Chief Executive of Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust said, “Obviously, when we consider the current climate and ecological emergency that we are facing, it is disappointing to see land […]
Bobbing their delicate heads in the breeze, bluebells are a sign that spring is in full flow. For just a few short weeks, breathtaking swathes of bluebells with their heady scent will be enticing you out into our ancient woodlands. Despite their fleeting appearance, native bluebells, with their deep blue flowers and drooping heads, take […]