Tag Archives: bridleway

Foray in Feckenham

I visited Feckenham Wylde Moor, a wetland nature reserve managed by the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust. Continue reading

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Voting for path people

While we know before the votes are counted who will be our MP and district councillor in the Hambleden Valley in Buckinghamshire’s Wycombe District, we do at least have the excitement of an election for Turville Parish Council with unpredictable … Continue reading

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Henry, the plucky pony

Over the last few years I have often seen my friends Eddie and Lorna Bilous, with their small dog Bazil, driving a carriage pony around the Chiltern lanes. They live half a mile away from me in Turville.  We stop to chat (if … Continue reading

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Government invents public-path law and misleads landowners

Over the last few months the familiar websites of agencies such as Natural England have been sucked into a generic government website http://www.gov.uk. The detailed information has been severely reduced and dumbed down.  In the case of public rights of way … Continue reading

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Live and let live—but not on the bridleway

The former Live and Let Live pub on the edge of Booker Common, west of High Wycombe in Bucks, has been extended and converted into a private house, with planning permission for two houses on the adjacent land, which was the pub … Continue reading

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A Wiltshire model

I might have gone whizzing through the village of Coombe Bissett in Wiltshire last week had I not spotted an enticing sign for coffee at the local shop.  I was on my way to Martin Down a few miles on, … Continue reading

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Rights of Way Law Review RIP

I shall miss the Rights of Way Law Review, an excellent publication which arrived every month from the Granary at Charlcutt in Wiltshire.  After nearly 25 years, Louise Hastings and her team have decided that they must call it a … Continue reading

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