Kent and South East rural land needs to be protected from increasing ‘countryside crime’

With summer finally here, there have been increasing numbers of people emerging from their homes and out into the countryside.

CLA South East, which represents landowners and farmers across Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, is urging the public to stick to footpaths, bridleways and respect other users of the rights of way.

Megan Lock, pictured above, Rural Adviser at CLA South East, said: “Generally speaking, the spirit of the Countryside Code is adhered to.

https://localrags.co.uk/index.php/2018/7/1/kent-and-south-east-rural-land-needs-to-be-protected-from-increasing-countryside-crime/Views of Alkham


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