Melbury Abbas Council Chairman Appeals For Support In Fighting Dinah’s Hollow Plans

Melbury Abbas and Cann Parish Council have discussed Dorset Council’s support for a £4 million project to protect drivers from landslips in Dinah’s Hollow.

Parish Council chairman William Kenealy says he’ll contact national media to make the public aware of the proposals, which will require the removal of ancient woodland.

William is appealing for residents with connections to campaign groups to make contact. He says the parish council will hold a special meeting, soon.