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      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Check out http://www.riveraccessforall.co.uk/

      Please join up ...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Can you spare a few moments to help with a survey on river access?
      https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/bcu-river-access (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/S88GCV7)
      Canoe England seems to be changing it's position on access, do you support the new agreements?
      Your feedback is important!

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Sarah, Delia, Sue, please vote...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Don't forget to vote!

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      julian, chris, please vote

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Please also vote here on Facebook.... 38 degrees are choosing which campaign to sponsor... we need more votes...

      http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=question&id=10150538949785788&notif_t=question_forward_success

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Please vote, If you don't have a number 1,2 or 3 next to your comment you haven't voted

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      If you don't have a number 1,2 or 3 next to your comment you haven't voted

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      joe and stuart please vote

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Barbara, please vote

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Please also vote here... 38 degrees are considering whether to adopt this cause
      http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=question&id=10150538949785788&notif_t=question_forward_success

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      jenny please vote

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Please vote here on Facebook.... 38 degrees are choosing which campaign to sponsor... we are doing badly...

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      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Paulene, Paddy, Alan ... it is important that you vote... if no number appears next to your name you haven't voted... please give 3 votes

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      I just spent the afternoon on the Wey Navigation... only one canoe (us) but more than one hundred walkers, cyclists,people with their children, people with their dogs... the birds sang, the sun shone... everyone was smiling, chatting with us as we went past... just a happy afternoon... no conflict, no environmental damage... lets extend this to the 41,000 miles of river denied to us all now...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Who has contacts among Ramblers? We need them on board

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      We need support from walkers and ramblers. Where are they?

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      The momentum seems to be growing. We will shortly be the 6th ranked campaign on 38 Degrees...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Guys, comments are great, and don't forget to vote... if don't have a number next to your name, you haven't voted... you can give up to three votes.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Gambatte, we have had lots of input from outdoor swimmers, although the discussion has been dominated by canoeists who are in favour and anglers who are against. The campaign includes all land and water use for recreation by countryside users. As you know this works perfectly well in Scotland and will provide a marvelous and long overdue recreational resource for our young people as well as families and older folk. We want our young people outdoors immersed in sport and the open air

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      90% people in England and of Wales live two miles or less from a waterway. Unfortunately only 4% of these inland waterways are accessible for any recreational use apart from angling.

      While there are exceptions, virtually all countryside users, whatever their hobbies or interests, are environmentally conscious and respectful of each other needs. This includes anglers, walkers, canoeists, campers, climbers and others.

      The pursuit of voluntary access agreements over the last 40 years has yielded only 504 miles of additional access and many of the agreements are for only one day per year. This leaves 41,000 miles of rivers with no general access by countryside users. See http://www.sportandrecreation.org.uk/sites/default/files/web/documents/pdf/Sport%20and%20Recreation%20Alliance-%20Red%20Card%20to%20Red%20Tape%20%28Full%20report%2C%20low%20res%29.pdf

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      The current law is very confused... you can find a lawyer who will support virtually any position you wish to take... you probably cannot find a lawyer who would support the view that the land owner owns the water for the brief period it flows past his banks. This at least appears to be agreed. The real legal issue for this campaign is get an Act of Parliament to enshrine similar rights in England to land access as are working so well in Scotland. This is for the benefit of the overwhelming majority of millions of English countryside users. We cannot expect the very small minority who have exclusive rights now, to welcome this, notwithstanding that the experience in Scotland demonstrates they have nothing to fear.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Under the provisions of the Scottish Land Act, everyone has the statutory right of access to all land and inland waters, unless excluded. Note that is ALL land and waterways, unless excluded. This is what we are campaigning for. It is not limited to inland waterways. You can see what is excluded here: http://www.outdooraccess-scotland.com/outdoors-responsibly/your-access-rights/

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      We can have a healthier and fitter nation, one in which being outdoors is our birthright. Now, our young people cannot enjoy their local waterways, because the public are denied access to 96% of rivers in England and Wales. We all live within two miles of a navigable river which is denied to us for canoeing, swimming, walking, wild camping, and just having fun. The rest of the world (except Iraq) takes river access as a fundamental right of every citizen. In New Zealand there is a chain's width of public access on many river banks. It has its origins in Queen Victoria’s instructions to Governor Hobson in 1840. If only she had made the same order here.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      You are right Lucy... it is really about for all countryside users, both land and water. It is just that canoeists have been strongly represented here. Support from other countryside users, ramblers, horse riders,walkers, cyclists, rock climbers, hill-walkers, runners,
      orienteerers, cavers, and wild campers,, is needed...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      "What sets a canoeing expedition apart is that it purifies you more rapidly and inescapably than any other travel. Travel a thousand miles by train and you are a brute; pedal five hundred on a bicycle and you remain basically a bourgeois; paddle a hundred in a canoe and you are already a child of nature." Pierre Trudeau

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      The RYA Water Sports and Leisure Participation Report 2010 shows more than 1,000,000 canoeists now. Imagine how this participation in healthy outdoor sport and recreation would grow if we were not denied access to 96% of inland waterways.There would be substantial benefits to the health and sporting prowess of the nation.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      We can have a healthier and fitter nation, one in which being outdoors is our birthright. Now our young people cannot enjoy their local waterways, because the public are denied access to 96% of rivers in England and Wales. We all live within two miles of a navigable river which is denied to us for canoeing, swimming, and just having fun. The rest of the world takes river access as a fundamental right of every citizen.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      The Sport and Recreation Alliance has released a report commissioned by the Minister of Sport. This is a major breakthrough. We have to get behind this to make it law.
      http://www.sportandrecreation.org.uk/news/22-03-2011/red-card-red-tape-launched

      It recommends increased access for many sports and recreation activities.

      Canoeists will like this:
      "DEFRA should introduce a statutory right of access in England and
      Wales for unpowered craft to inland water for recreational purposes.
      This system of rights and responsibilities should be based on
      the Scottish Outdoor Access Code."

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Only just over 300 votes to get to sixth place

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Both the BCU and the Anglers Trust are members.This is what they say on their web site:

      "The Sport and Recreation Alliance is the new name for CCPR or the Central Council of Physical Recreation.

      The Sport and Recreation Alliance is the umbrella organisation for the governing and representative bodies of sport and recreation in the UK and represents more than 320 members – organisations like The FA, the Rugby Football Union, UK Athletics, the Ramblers, British Rowing and the Royal Academy of Dance . Our role, like every trade association, is to speak up on their behalf, represent their views and to provide them with services which make their life easier.

      What does the Sport and Recreation Alliance do?

      Our members are the governing bodies of sport and recreation. Their job is to run their sport or activity, promote participation and set the rules and conditions under which it takes place.

      Our job is to make that job as easy as possible. We represent their views to people who make decisions; we promote the interests of sport and recreation so that as many people as possible know about their work; we campaign on issues affecting our members."

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      The report might be a hook for 38 degrees to hang the campaign on

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      The Sport and Recreation Alliance has released a report commissioned by the Minister of Sport.
      http://www.sportandrecreation.org.uk/news/22-03-2011/red-card-red-tape-launched

      It recommends increased access for many sports and recreation activities.

      Canoeists will like this:
      "DEFRA should introduce a statutory right of access in England and
      Wales for unpowered craft to inland water for recreational purposes.
      This system of rights and responsibilities should be based on
      the Scottish Outdoor Access Code."

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Richard, have you had any feed back from 38 Degrees?

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Couldn't agree more Richard

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Hi Sarah, you would probably get more respondents if you expressed your opinion by voting here

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      I am really encouraged by the the thoughtful positive posts people are making... and our votes keep climbing... i want to see the ramblers entering the fray

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Rosie you might wish to vote

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Still getting good feedback from writing to Mps
      Write to your MP here and let us what response you get... http://www.38degrees.org.uk/page/speakout/contact-your-MP
      Tell him or her about the situation on your local area. Include this sentence:

      "Please advise me of your position on this issue and communicate my concerns to Richard Benyon, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Natural Environment and Fisheries), Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport, Hugh Robertsson, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Sport and the Olympics) and Sir Peter Bottomley MP"

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Seek out forums and websites that represent these interests and tell them about our campaign....
      walking, cycling, horse riding, rock climbing, hill-walking, running,
      orienteering, caving, canoeing, swimming, rowing, windsurfing, sailing, diving, air sports and wild camping, pot holing
      It would be great to see these people involved... a coalition of the willing..

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      I would love to see some input from others than swimmers, canoeists and anglers.... great though that is, this is not just about waterways... this is for anyone who enjoys the countryside

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      The scope of this campaign is much wider than simply whether or not anglers and canoeists can co-exist. This campaign benefits the millions who enjoy our beautiful natural heritage The Scottish Act of Parliament is a very well thought out document. It emphasizes responsibilities as well as rights. We are lucky to have it as an example of what we can do. In one step it would provide a huge free resource for everyone to enjoy. It works in Scotland and can work here. This is for children, young people, families, older people; everyone benefits from this.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Access rights in Scotland cover land and water:
      Everyone has the statutory right of access. Access rights apply to all land and inland waters, unless excluded. Access rights are for outdoor recreation, for crossing land and water, and for some educational and commercial purposes. Exercising access rights, and managing access land, must be done responsibly.
      Examples of excluded land are houses and gardens, Land in which crops are growing, land next to a school, Golf courses, airfields, railways, quarries and construction sites... see the details here: http://www.outdooraccess-scotland.com/

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Write to your MP here and let us what response you get... http://www.38degrees.org.uk/page/speakout/contact-your-MP
      Tell him or her about the situation on your local river. Include this sentence:

      "Please advise me of your position on this issue and communicate my concerns to Richard Benyon, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Natural Environment and Fisheries), Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport, Hugh Robertsson, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Sport and the Olympics) and Sir Peter Bottomley MP"

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Despite all, our support grows. The access we seek is covers many activities:
      Air sports,Climbing, Cycling, Disabled access, Dogs and dog walking, Horse riding,Picking wild berries and mushroom,Picnicking, Water sports, Wild camping,Wildlife watching and surveys.
      It would be great to see some discussion of these pursuits and the impact on them of responsible sustainable access.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      I hope 38 Degrees can moderate this discussion... it seems to have degenerated into a discussion about Betsws y Coed... which apart from any thing else, is not in England. This is directly interfering with 38 Degrees purpose to " bring you together with other people to take action on the issues that matter to you and bring about real change in the UK." This is now the second highest environmental concern of 38 Degrees members and is being rendered a farce by a very small group of Betws y Coed anglers and canoeists. Time to act, 38 Degrees.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      More from the Access Code
      Take responsibility for your own actions. If you are
      exercising access rights, remember that the outdoors
      cannot be made risk-free and act with care at all times for
      your own safety and that of others. If you are a land
      manager, act with care at all times for people’s safety.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      More from the Access Code
      Care for the environment. If you are exercising access
      rights, look after the places you visit and enjoy, and leave
      the land as you find it. If you are a land manager, help
      maintain the natural and cultural features which make the
      outdoors attractive to visit and enjoy.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      More from the Access Code
      Respect the interests of other people. Acting with
      courtesy, consideration and awareness is very important. If
      you are exercising access rights, make sure that you respect
      the privacy, safety and livelihoods of those living or working
      in the outdoors, and the needs of other people enjoying the
      outdoors. If you are a land manager, respect people’s use of
      the outdoors and their need for a safe and enjoyable visit.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      This web site explains the Scottish Access Code http://www.outdooraccess-scotland.com/

      This is what we need in England

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      This is an extract from the the Scottish access code. This is what we need in England:
      "Scotland’s outdoors, extending from the parks and open
      spaces in our towns to the remote and wild areas of land and
      water in the Highlands, provides great opportunities for
      open-air recreation and education. Open-air recreation provides
      people with great benefits for their health and well-being and
      contributes to the good of society in many other ways. Part 1
      of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 gives everyone
      statutory access rights to most land and inland water. People
      only have these rights if they exercise them responsibly by
      respecting people’s privacy, safety and livelihoods, and
      Scotland’s environment. Equally, land managers have to
      manage their land and water responsibly in relation to access
      rights."

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Ingo
      504 votes will do it...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      We are very fortunate in having a model of how to guarantee shared, responsible, sustainable access; the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. This Act gave to the Scots the rights and responsibilities that we seek and which are generally available in other countries in the world, apart from England and Wales. You can read the Scottish Access Code here: http://www.snh.gov.uk/docs/A309336.pdf

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      We are very fortunate in having a model of how to guarantee shared, responsible, sustainable access; the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. This Act gave to the Scots the rights and responsibilities that we seek and which are generally available in other countries in the world, apart from England and Wales. You can read the Scottish Access Code here: http://www.snh.gov.uk/docs/A309336.pdf

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      More feedback from MPs:
      "My MP has writen back to me and supports the case for increased access to rivers. She has written on my behalf to DEFRA. She was one of the main opposers to the forestry sell off and wrote to me at that time too."

      Write to your MP here http://www.38degrees.org.uk/page/speakout/contact-your-MP
      Tell him or her about the situation on your local river. Include this sentence:

      "Please advise me of your position on this issue and communicate my concerns to Richard Benyon, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Natural Environment and Fisheries), Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport, Hugh Robertsson, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Sport and the Olympics) and Sir Peter Bottomley MP"

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Ed, you might want to vote...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      This is a great campaign because it can only have positive outcomes... many more people getting sustainable access to the beautiful countryside with all the health and happiness that brings. Children, teenagers, mums and dads, older people enjoying the open spaces and the waterways within a framework which safeguards the environment. What a happy day when this is announced in parliament, backed by all parties.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Clint, don't forget to vote

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      We are getting good feedback from MPs, offering to contact the Minister, following up with other departments, and lots of support from BCU... the momentum is building

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Woody and Emma, don't forget to vote....

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      This is a great campaign because it can only have positive outcomes... many more people getting sustainable access to the beautiful countryside with all the health and happiness that brings. Children, teenagers, mums and dads, older people enjoying the open spaces and the waterways within a framework which safeguards the environment. What a happy day when this is announced in parliament, backed by all parties.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      The British Canoe Union fully support our campaign...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Checking with other people that have written to MPs on this issue, we have found a positive effect... researchers are asking questions so that MPs can respond...

      Write to your MP here http://www.38degrees.org.uk/page/speakout/contact-your-MP
      Tell him about the situation on your local river. Include this sentence:

      Please advise me of your position on this issue and communicate my concerns to Richard Benyon, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Natural Environment and Fisheries), Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport, Hugh Robertsson, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Sport and the Olympics) and Sir Peter Bottomley MP"

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Our inexorable rise in popularity... it is so pleasing that the community can see the simple justice in our cause and its direct benefits to the health, happiness and freedom of all; children teenagers, families, pensioners in the outdoors, having fun. A good news story that any politician will be pleased to tell. Sustainable use of our rivers by the millions who want this access.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Hey Ingo... you haven't voted yet...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      If you write to your MP, let us know how you get on. Mine expressed ignorance of the topic, wrote a letter on my behalf, emailed me twice and wrote me two letters. I am still in correspondence with him.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      It is a curious fact that the Magna Carta was used as the authority for the establishment of access rights in the USA in the nineteenth century, because of the British basis of their system of law... but not in England and Wales. It is very satisfying to see we are now 8th out of more than 1,000 campaign ideas. Onward and Upward!

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Write to your MP here http://www.38degrees.org.uk/page/speakout/contact-your-MP
      Tell him about the situation on your local river. Include this sentence:

      Please advise me of your position on this issue and communicate my concerns to Richard Benyon, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Natural Environment and Fisheries), Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport, Hugh Robertsson, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Sport and the Olympics) and Sir Peter Bottomley MP"

      This shows you know what you are talking about, is easy for MPs to do and encourages talk in the corridors of power.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Access to 96% of English rivers by swimmers, canoeists, young people, families, is denied by land owners. Our right to use our beautiful English rivers dates back to the Magna Carta. We want the same legal framework as they have in Scotland and overseas; shared sustainable use. Please add your voice.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      "Cosmographers do agree that this Island is incomparably furnished with pleasant Rivers, like Veins in the Natural Body, which convey the Blood into all the Parts, whereby the whole is nourished, and made useful; but the Poet tells us, he acts best, qui miscuit utile dulce. (who combines utility with beauty)
      The Speaker of the Commons to the Lords, 2nd March 1665

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      When you strip all the rhetoric away, you come to the kernel of this issue; English citizens are denied responsible, sustainable access to their English countryside by a tiny minority of unreasonable anglers and land owners. I am sure that the reasonable, sensible majority of anglers and land owners would be happy to co-operate in properly regulated access as they do in Scotland and elsewhere. This problem only exists in England and Wales.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      I spent a week paddling on the Spey in Scotland last year. Some of the most expensive fishing in the world. I gave and received nothing but courtesy and co-operation from the many anglers I met. Why can't we have a similar situation here in England?

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      It is wrong that access to our countryside, including waterways, lags so far behind the rest of the world. We are being held to ransom by landowners with undue influence. The countryside belongs to us all. If it works in Scotland, than it can work in England and Wales.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Virtually all anglers and canoeists are reasonable people who can share the river without causing environmental damage and without damage to fish stocks. There will always be idiots in both groups. We can co-exist like they do in Scotland and every other country in the world. This campaign is for sustainable, co-operative access by all river users modeled on what happens in Scotland now, It is our right as citizens to enjoy our natural heritage unfettered by narrow, selfish private interests. Here is an end to feudal land owners claiming rights that don't exist. The Magna Carta guaranteed our right to navigate our rivers.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Rob, Joe, James, Mark, don't forget to vote as well as making a comment

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      The Environmental Authority established in about 2000 that canoeing is not harmful to fish populations see here: http://publications.environment-agency.gov.uk/pdf/STRW266-e-p.pdf

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Clive and Mike... you haven't voted

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Some people are commenting but not voting. Don't forget to vote

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      The general public seems to have no idea that access to rivers for canoeing is denied by land owners and anglers. Most people are surprised when I tell them. Our cause would be helped by communicating this, perhaps by publicized environmental or clean up actions by canoeists with the 'access' message attached...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Merfyn, you make a good point. Many canoeists already volunteer in the way you suggest, and more should. In fact a series of well publicized volunteer activities could form part of this campaign and have a direct benefit to our rivers.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Hey Ashley, you didn't vote...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Access to rivers is a ridiculous legal muddle. One set of lawyers maintain that landowners can sue for trespass if you paddle on 'their' river. Another group says we have the right to access which dates right back to the Magna Carta. Only an update to the law as in Scotland and the rest of the world can sort this out. Meanwhile our young people are denied access to our beautiful inland waterways or risk abuse, threats of violence, actual violence, and prosecution. The government has an opportunity here to make a massive contribution to the health, welfare and enjoyment of the 2,000,000 people who enjoy canoeing in this country.

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      You guys who gave the cause 1 vote... did you know you can give 3 votes? You can go back and add two more...

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Hey guys, some people are making positive comments but not voting... is this what you meant to do?

      Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

      Please join us to get responsible and sustainable access to England's rivers for canoeists and others who want to enjoy our green and pleasant land.

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          Doug Dew Doug Dew commented  · 

          This has some cross over with this campaign... 38degrees.uservoice.com/forums/78585-campaign-suggestions/suggestions/1265611-access-rights-in-england

          Good luck with this...

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