- Who owns Clee Hill ?
Specifically, the bit between the bridleway that ends near the masts on Clee Burf and the road from the masts down to the public road.Posted 4 years ago
I’m putting on a mountain bike orienteering event in the area and we have to stick to PRoWs or get the land owners permission.
I’d like to use this private track, but I need to know who to ask.
Thanks, I’ve emailed him.
I tried every possible forum name I might have used and none of them worked.Posted 4 years ago
Thinking about it now, I think I posted a couple of times on a general orienteering forum some years ago, not the Harlequins club one, which is why I’m not there. 😳jakd95Subscriber
I live very close Clee Hill and if it’s the bit of track I’m thinking of I believe that it may be common land? If not then the big local land owner is the Boyne Estate. They certainly own the back side that’s covered in trees and may own the side down to the road too. It might be worth trying them. Hope this helps.Posted 4 years ago
Clee Liberty Common is the bit I’m interested in, it’s owned by Clee St Margaret Parish Council.
I’ve made a request and it’s going to be considered at the next Parish Council meeting.
The sign at the bottom of the track gives the usual Countryside Code message, plus one warning about fox hunting taking place on the common.Posted 4 years ago
Apart from being out of date, I don’t see how they can object to 20 – 30 mountain bikers riding across their common, individually or in pairs, spread over a five hour period, if they allow 50 people on horses and 20 dogs off leads up there at a time.
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