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I was initially angry, then depressed, and then I read all of your responses and realised how many good, responsible folk there are (particularly on here). I know it only takes the idiotic minority to cause this sort of damage, but the majority do care and it’s important not to lose sight of that.

Don’t let the beggars grind you down.

There are more of us than them Thumbs Up
Post #979484 23rd Jan 2023 9:26pm
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Member Since: 26 Apr 2015
Location: Lancashire
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United Kingdom 2004 Defender 90 Td5 XS CSW Zambezi Silver
blackwolf wrote:
An interesting project for a group of responsible volunteers. Technically the landowner's responsibility to clear, but who owns the river?


I recently read an article on wild swimming. There was a section on the legal aspects. The article suggested that no one owns the body of water in a river - only the banks and bed can be owned. They explained that as the body of water is continually moving then it can never be owned. I found it interesting and also useless - rather like my post…
Of course the tree is owned and it’s on the river bed which is owned, and can only be accessed via the bank, which is owned… Rolling with laughter

Sorry to go off topic.

Back to the morons…
Post #979487 23rd Jan 2023 9:33pm
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