Councils, General Public and Police all want to reduce rural crime and yet make no effort to support a change in the law which would allow public footpaths to be diverted from the gardens of private householders. These footpaths represent only 0.1% of the total Public Rights of Way network. Their diversion or closure would impinge very little on Public access to the countryside but householders such as Debbie would be freed from all the stress,worry and constant fear from crime that such footpaths presently cause. Read Debbies letter on page 10 of the South East Farmer.
Intrusive Footpaths campaigns for change, trying to encourage as many people to the cause as possible. The greater our support, the louder the message!