Chun Downs (St Just 180), Cornwall
"This public right of way has become a selective right of way now by the construction of a hinged device that, to some, is an obstacle!"
Says Steve Yandall
The exclusion of the public, to recreational nature, is no better exemplified than by the rash of fencing and gates spreading like an epidemic across previously easily and safely accessed countryside. Being mindful of the fact that we are funding this misplaced and prescriptive practise the 'drivers' of this globally degrading practise,one would think, would feel an obligation to enhance public access as a 'payback' for the huge sacrifices made in these straightened times in exchange for funding HLS(Higher Level Stewardship) schemes.
Voices have been raised throughout England to object to the wholesale imposition of an agenda that divorces, is unaccountable and may leave its objective, biodiversity,further compromised but today it was reported that yet another gate appeared to impede access and 'stamp' "this way to salvation" on yet another piece of England!
The 'inquisition' lives in that opposition is ostracised, stereotyped and denigrated as an 'anti Christ' whilst those that adhere to the new religion are guaranteed a place in a biodiverse Eden restricted to those with membership of the 'good club'.
Yes, Chun Downs (St Just 180), Cornwall, has been the recipient of a miraculous gift and has been gated.This public right of way has become a selective right of way now by the construction of a hinged device that, to some, is an obstacle!
Personally, based on Engish Nature and Natural England results to date, their Eden is close to my Hell!
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