wales countryside scene© Adam Burton / robertharding/Rex/Shutterstock
Plans to allow a range of leisure activities on access land in Wales could have a huge impact on farm businesses and wildlife, industry leaders have warned. The proposals would permit organised games, wild camping, hang gliding and paragliding on 460,000ha of Countryside Rights of Way (CRoW) land. The proposals are contained in a Welsh Government consultation document called Taking Forward Wales’ Sustainable Management of Natural Resources. See also: Wales opposes further rights to roam – poll NFU Cymru described it […]
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