- Aggressive signs abutting Rights of Way
I doubt its an old post man walk or anything. Its a failure of the UK RoW system.
You can clearly see it finishes on the boundary of the national park.
Which is probably the boundary of the civil parish.
Its probably a different planner who drew up the other definitive map.
So on one side its a footpath and the other nothing on the whims of 2 people in the 50’s.
There’s load of examples of these all round. Often a bridleway turns into a footpath on a CP boundary !Posted 1 year agotimberMember
A lot of people have a very poor understanding of the right to roam, which means some plain language is required, especially if you are undertaking hazardous activities.Posted 1 year ago
That said, at least twice a year someone will ignore the ‘keep out – tree felling’ sign, step over the tape/climb fence/jump barrier and wander into our felling site. The language is very basic then.
Sat navs are also sending the illiterate to destinations that aren’t wanting them, lot of people in our yard looking for a waterfall 3 valleys away due to missing letters. They will have also driven past the no vehicle access, private road sign if they are in our yard.MoreCashThanDashSubscriber
See, I’m not reading that red part of the sign as aggressive.
It makes me think “This is the important bit”
And if I had livestock in a field that my livelihood depended on, I might want people to really understand that they should keep dogs on leads and not approach them.Posted 1 year ago
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