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Red squirrel forest felling plan row at Newborough, Anglesey

Plans to remove trees from a forest which is home to red squirrels is causing concern on Anglesey.

Campaigners say the plans in Newborough forest highlight the Welsh government's "broken promises" on the site.

They claimed ministers had reneged on pledges for a scientific consensus on any changes to the woodland where there are also important dunes.

The Welsh government said a science review was ongoing.

BBC Wales Today's Roger Pinney reports.

Red squirrel forest felling plan row

  • 05 Sep 2013