Mayor gets death threats ‘from Extinction Rebellion supporters’ after Cotswolds councillors vote to KILL 100 Canada geese saying the birds terrorise townsfolk and drive other wildlife away from boating lake
- Members of Lydney Town Council have received threatening phone calls
- The council voted 10-3 to control the local geese population by two thirds
- Around 150 geese currently visit the town’s lake and have raised nitrogen levels
- One councillor said it was the ‘hardest vote’ the council has ever had to do
Council members who voted to cull their local geese population have received death threats from ‘extinction rebellion supporters’.
Members of Lydney Town Council, including mayor Tasha Saunders, received threatening phone calls around 2am today.