Protester Will Stay Overnight in Threatened Norfolk Pine
Protester Will Stay Overnight in Threatened Norfolk
Protester Charlie Cottrell-Jury, who scaled
a threatened 150 year old Norfolk pine at Snell’s Beach
this morning, says he'll stay overnight in the tree to
The pine was due to be felled this morning by
contractors but Cottrell-Jurysays he won’t come down until
the developer agrees to save it.
Snell's Beach community
members are rallying to support Cottrell-Jury by collecting
food and overnight gear for him.
appealing directly to developer Vavasour Investments to save
the tree and says he's willing to stay for as long as it
takes to get that committment.
contractors are due to arrive back at the site at 7am
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