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RIGHT TO ROAM CASES CAN HELP THE COUNTRYSIDE RECOVER FROM FOOT AND MOUTH

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The Times weekend section (August 11, p15) ran a feature on the continuing ...
The Times weekend section (August 11, p15) ran a feature on the continuing

legal battles to ensure that landowners keep access to public footpaths

open.

Kate Parminter, director of the Council for the Protection of Rural England

said of landowners: 'There is a lot of talk of 'people don't understand us'.

Access is one way to get a better understanding of the countryside.' The article is available here.

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