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A Northamptonshire grower has warned of public safety risks after she found walkers had used smartphone apps to add rights of way across her farm. Zoe Mee’s 265ha Lyveden Farm, near Nassington, is close to popular walking routes along the Nene river and is crossed by several legal public footpaths. See also: Know the law when farming near footpaths Maintenance work is carried out on the footpaths during the autumn and the newly added routes only emerged when a worker […]
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