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Find out about changes to services during the bank holiday week.
Find out more about industrial action by Allerdale Waste Services staff and the impact on waste collections.
Details about trees and woodland managed by Cumberland Council.
In Carlisle, the management and maintenance of trees on council owned property, such as in our parks and gardens, is managed by our Green Spaces staff.
They regularly check trees for damage and ensure they are in good health. They also prune them when required.
Read more about tree management in Carlisle here.
General advice and information about trees can be found on this tree management and ownership page.
Information about trees and hedges is available on this conserving the natural environment page.
An invasive species can be any kind of living plant organism that has been introduced outside its natural range and can cause harm.
Landowners have a responsibility to control any invasive weeds. Although it is not a legal obligation, they grow and reproduce quickly.
Here is a list of common non-native plant species.