Two letters have been published in the November edition of the NFU Countryside magazine.
One refers to laws regarding rights of way but adds nothing new and shows no respect for those living in rural areas impacted by footpaths.
The second describes what is all too often the experience of walkers, that when they find themselves in a family home they are embarrassed to be there. This writer respects the family home, realising that walking these paths is an intrusion to the family and a great embarrassment for the walker. To move footpaths out of family homes is clearly in the mutual interest of the public and families living in rural areas.
Mr AJ Bowers has made contact about a letter received from his local MP, Nadine Dorries. He writes, "she has always supported me and is prepared to say so! If we can get similar support from more MP's perhaps we can bring our plight to the attention of those in a position to actively instigate a change..".
Follow this link to view a copy of the letter.
Intrusive Footpaths campaigns for change, trying to encourage as many people to the cause as possible. The greater our support, the louder the message!