Crowdfund launched for tree protesters court cost

Sheffield Tree Action Group have launched a crowdfunding project to raise money for the costs of campaigners going to court over tree felling.
So far they have raised nearly £2,500 in four days.
The campaigners were demonstrating against the felling of thousands of trees across the city which comes under a controversial 25-year contract with PFI contractor Amey.
Chris Rust, who set up the project, said their target is £29,000 and any extra money raised will be spent on planting trees.

Read more at: https://www.thestar.co.uk/our-towns-and-cities/sheffield/crowdfund-launched-for-tree-protesters-court-costs-1-9283862

2 thoughts on “Crowdfund launched for tree protesters court cost

  1. Why do people these days expect others to pay for their wrong doings if they protested within the law there wouldn’t be a court case let them fund their defence themselves it’s ok asking others but where does it stop

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