Says Naomi Smith
It 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
Worcester Wildlife Trust plans to purchase ancient woodland
"There is no evidence to show documents to pre date 1189, it could be land capable of rights of common and missed or denied by the local authority for registration,"
Says Tony Barnett
Cart before the horse again by the parasitic conservationist, yet another land grabing exercise by the wildlife trust in Worcester, to day I spoke to one of that cult regarding a "purchase " of ancient woodland to turn into another no go area for members of the public, this is only a very small impact on the rights of the public compared to the rights to exist by the millions of insects, ground dwelling other forms of wildlife.
If, it is possible to purchase this parcel of England by the Trust, then it will be goodby to 90% of natural phenomena because like the other "charities" it will become in their view a "nature reserve" desingnated to one speices of flora or fauna or some other bug/insect which it will be claimed is in danger of dying out, even if the object of the interest of charities does perish, the tins will still come to save it.
The chap I spoke to wll remain un-identified, he is following procedure, but the object is "Suckley" either wood or open space, there is no evidence to show documents to pre date 1189, it could be land capable of rights of common and missed or denied by the local authority for registration, a lot of land in Cornwall was not registered, but was entitled to be, it is now though, I give support and whatever is required but Ian,Craig and Steve have it very much in hand.
I was asked if I would support the "purchase and occupation", of course I would not unless natural phenomena is to be maintained, but once a foot print is noticed, then it will be doomed and become a "reserve" with fauna and wildlife not required extinguished.
One of my main reasons in contacting Wors wildlife trust was their lack of interest/concern when hartlebury Common was being vandalised by the council, it was not of our concern I was told, but this to is a conservation area, the council had it under their control, rubbish, the council and it could be that the vendor of Suckley have no locus stan-di and have nothing to show lawful deeds of grant/grant of easement but still brazend their way through.
Says Linda Wright
We 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