Ash Dieback found in National Forest: what will the consequences be?

Phil Brewster interviews Sophie Churchill, the Chief Executive of the National Forest Company. She says we will "have some gaps in the woods" as ash trees make up around an eighth of the forest's trees.


Ash Dieback in National Forest

The first cases of Ash Dieback Disease have been found in the National Forest in North West Leicestershire. In excess of 1.5 million trees could be affected.