A deadly disease which kills Ash trees has been found in the National Forest in Leicestershire. Ash Dieback, as it's known, is a fungus which causes leaf loss and can lead to the death of the tree.
There are fears that if the disease takes hold in the Forest's Ash population, up to two million trees could wither and die.
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