For our cause to be a success, grassroots support from across the country is essential. Help to encourage the change we want made, by taking action now
Contact your MP Members of Parliament are always keen to get an idea of which issues are on the minds of their constituents. You can e-mail or write to your local MP, but if you can grab their attention with a phone call, you're guaranteed to make the best impact possible.
To find your local MP's contact details, use Parliament.uk's 'Find your MP' tool. Briefing Note People from across the country, who have footpaths running through their family home, have written to us concerned that anyone has legal access into their home. Many have contacted their MP to express their concern and to press for a change to the law. The 'Briefing Note' gives some background information and lists those MP’s who are or have been contacted. If you are aware of anyone so affected contact the campaign through our contact us page. Follow this link to view the Briefing Note
Get in touch with your local council members You can often make a big difference on the local level, too. Contact your local council members and ask them to commit to changing their strategic planning documents. The revisions should include removing footpaths that run through homes, gardens and footpaths.
Get attention from your local NFU, Countryside Alliance and CLA contacts Our campaign group has started out small, with coverage from local countryside communities. Get in touch with these groups about your efforts to have this law changed. If they were willing enough to listen to us, they should be more than happy to talk to you!