11:47AM, Wednesday 13 June 2012
Dogging at Maidenhead Thicket has been 'unaffected' by work to clear away bushes - with one walker claiming it's 'business as usual'.
The car park in Henley Road was sealed off for two days while National Trust workers cut back hedges and cleared litter.
But several walkers told the Advertiser that suspicious-looking men returned as soon as it reopened on Friday.
Geri Silverstone, a spokesman for the National Trust, responded to concerns by urging residents to 'give it more time'.
He said there are further plans for more 'high-visibility patrols' and increased 'signage'.
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