It appears that Southport is 'finally' getting the message that OTS has been shouting about for months.
We have uploaded an abundance of leading articles, photos and videos regarding the George Drive Woods battle against One Vision Housing (OVH) and Sefton Council.
The latest article, which we uploaded yesterday, explained how OVH are planning to start felling trees next week.
Since the article went up, Southport residents have suddenly got the message. Our countryside is being eradicated and at bird nesting season too by the OVH dictators.
Above: OVH officials who are all set to destroy lovely Southport woodlands.
Many birds nests are now in progress within the George Drive woodlands. This wonderful long-tailed tit's one (above) was discovered recently in the woods. It's an offence to 'intentionally or recklessly disturb' nesting birds under UK Wildlife law.
Above: Sefton Council boss, Margaret Carney - silence over the disgusting threat to the woodlands. We believe that Sefton Council simply gave away the woodlands to OVH.
Facebook posters (and others) are now calling for protests against OVH and the photo.link below illustrates just one example.
Above: The laws says that birds nest are protected, yet OVH are sending in the chain saws next week
OTS News has been leading the fight all along...
Please remember that OTS News has furnished the public at large with 99% of the information about what is actually happening over this appalling situation.
Above: Young Jason explaining why the OVH thread is so appalling.
Even at this late stage we are STILL pushing politicians to get involved. Residents and campaigners have been given mixed messages and the entire situation is highly ambiguous.
Therefore, if you are in support of the campaign to save the Ainsdale woodlands from OVH then please let us know if 'you' know anything that the rest of the community should know about.
People Power can and often does make a difference, so please do spread the word.
Pat Regan ©
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