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West End of the bridleway that runs east-west, just north of little blakesware. The section in question has a line of hay bales running along side the bridelway

Reported anonymously at 21:04, Sunday 15 September 2019

Recently added ‘Private-no entry’ signs on the main track that runs from Nobland Green to the tarmac road east of Little Blakesware Estate require you to take a more circuitous route on a poorly maintained bridleway via the Little Blakesware farm. The start of the bridleway has long standing deep ruts caused by motor vehicles. It’s unsafe for riding on horse or bicycle and difficult on foot. The landowner should restore the surface of the bridleway if they expect people to turn off the main track at the no entry sign. However, after a recent conversation with the estate game keeper, I’m led to believe their objective is to discourage the non-shooting (non-paying) public from entering the estate altogether.



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