Monday 29 May, 2023

Push to make footpath diversions easier to obtain

Agricultural and countryside groups are lobbying Government to make it easier for farmers to temporarily divert footpaths.

Ben Briggs
Ben has been Editor of Farmers Guardian since March 2016 and oversaw the publication's change in format from newspaper to magazine in the same year.
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Push to make footpath diversions easier to obtain

Agricultural and countryside groups are lobbying Government to make it easier for farmers to temporarily divert footpaths. The move comes after three people died in recent weeks after being attacked...

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