By: Marion Shoard
438 pages, B/w photos
The law of trespass is under challenge. We now have a government committed to creating a general right of public access over at least part of rural Britain. But what would such a 'right to roam' mean for farming, wildlife, recreation, and the balance of power in British society? Marion Shoard's new book is essential reading for anyone concerned about the future of Britain's countryside.
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