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  1. #1

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    May 2009

    Default footpath in a public park

    I was thinking of putting a cache on a footpath in a public park. I know this has been done many times, what are the regs for this, is it still presumed consent as on a footpath across open land?

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    Oct 2005
    Land of the Bear and Ragged Staff!


    Who owns/has responsibility for the park?
    Council -parish/district/county, or a private organisation?
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    May 2009


    The County Council.

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    nobbynobbs Guest


    A footpath is a right of way to cross and recross land. Gives you no other rights whatsoever.

    Please try and speak to the owners of the land and discuss placing a cache, chances are they'll be friendly, especially if you show them some of the long term agreements we hold. the number of caches placed in similar situations without permission is huge and has casued numerous problems when they are found by the owners.

    we're here to help if we can so let us know how things go.

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