Ash dieback confirmed in Berkshire woodland

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Berkshire's first confirmed case of Chalara ash dieback has been highlighted on a map published by the Forestry Commission.

The survey map shows an infection has got into the wild in established woodland near Maidenhead.

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs will not disclose the exact location.

Experts say the disease poses a real-and-present danger to the nation's population of 80 million ash trees.

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