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Says Naomi Smith

Says Naomi SmithIt is all too possible to round a corner on horseback and come upon a group of cattle with no prior warning -this WILL result in a horse being badly spooked at best, bolting at worst -it is only a matter of time ........... read more

Horseytalk In Action: 2015

"It has been a 2015 eventful year for this web page and those that used it for help in overcoming and defeating agendas by councils and charities."

Says Tony Barnett

Says Tony Barnett It has been a 2015 eventful year for this web page and those that used it for help in overcoming and defeating agendas by councils and charities.

Yateley support group used horseytalk to support the group to prevent the common land from enclosure by HCC and HWT, both the council and the charity withdrew their respective applications from the planning inspectorate and for funding, the information shared by horseytalk and its followers highlighted fraud through false representation, it also put PINS in a difficult position by disclosing to it that the applications were indeed false.

Councils though are corrupt, but in good company with charities so further attempts at enclosing the common to gain funding from Natural England and for the charities applying to HLF and others for rate payers money to further their corrupt ideology.

The archives of horseytalk is valuable information, however, for the benefit of those that are unable to access, this year saw the start of the corruption investigations where Frensham common was an issue, here we had the National Trust involved in mortgage fraud using the common land as collateral when it has no locus stan-di and also persuading Waverley council to make similar applications to PINS under the national trust act 1971 section 23 to apply for consent for works and applications to natural England for funding, to include leasing out commoners rights, the two ponds for fishing and other activities.

Horseytalk also took on HCC and national parks over the Meon valley Crisis, however, the politically correct and ignorance by certain members saw horseytalk resigning from the group but still argues the point that the works are unlawful and without a public liability certificate.

The forestry Commission was another government body tackled and for those that took the advice and results gained from the web page horseytalk expressed delight in confirmation that a Toll could not be demanded and that the land being common land were entitled to access from all points of view, the BHS supported the toll and some of its members demanded payment and also tried to frighten horse riders into believing that if an accident occurred they would not be compensated, once horseytalk had pointed out that access was lawful and without any impediments, those threats died out.

All charities that call themselves conservationist claim funding from organisations set up to help good causes, so how can these organisations give such funding to conservation charities making application under false representation (2006 fraud act) and without obvious evidence to show that the applications are lawful.

The charities are now under investigation over it's handling of funding application and application to become registered as a charity, so far the verdict is that the charity commission is not fit for purpose, horseytalk will rally round anyone that wishes to set in motion a demand that all charities should be required to disclose evidence to include retrospective applications.

Common land and countryside trails of ancient route want protection, charities only survive because of corrupt local authority and the gullible that make donations to these parasites.

Says Linda Wright

Says Linda WrightWe moved to a Shropshire location a year ago having surveyed the local OS map and noted the significant number of bridleways around the property. Sadly the map appears a total fiction. Scarce any of the bridleways are usable ........... read more

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