Posted on 10th November 2021
A felling operation to remove trees with Ash dieback has begun at Crychan Forest.
Ash dieback is a serious disease caused by a fungus called Hymenoscyphus fraxineus.
Their removal will ensure the forest remains a safe place.
Closures and diversions are in place.
Please obey all signs.
The work has currently started in Crychan at the moment with some work around the closed sections of trails at Cefn Farm and then moving on to Halfway.
It is not possible to provide more details as the ash trees are dotted around and not planted in blocks.