A new gate installed by a group of volunteers who look after the Tameside Local Nature Reserve went missing from its original position a few weeks ago, a report reveals.
The large gate, located in a rather remote location, has disappeared some time over the weekend of February 23. The volunteers overseeing the site have reported the theft to the local police authorities and will have to install a brand new gate, at an estimated cost of around £190.
The Tameside Local Nature Reserve is owned by Tamworth Borough Council and managed by Staffordshire Wildlife Trust as part of the Wild About Tamworth project.
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