CARNYORTH MOOR, (Carn Kenidjack) ST JUST
ACCIDENTS AND INTIMIDATION RESULTING FROM THE HEATH PROJECT
"A horse rider with two accompanying children rode a route on the moor for the first time since new gates were installed. The lead rider's horse, used to being on the moors and negotiating gates, caught his foreleg on a loose gate catch: the sharp metal ripped into the horse's foreleg; the horse reared up and the rider was thrown to the ground. A substantial vet's bill is likely to be forthcoming and the rider was severely bruised"
Says Tony Barnett
I SYMPATHISES WITH THE OBJECTORS BUT THIS HAS GONE ON FOR SOMETIME, MAY I SUGGEST THAT THE RESPONDENTS INVESTIGATE THE LEGALITY OF THE GATES/ENCLOSURE FIRST IE, OWNERS, ARE THE ACCESS POINTS ON THE DEFINITIVE PLAN/MAP.
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