BEING A keen-off roader and shooter, Dave Phillips’ article on greenlaning got me thinking about the grief me and my brother have had to put up with in 30 years of off-roading and shooting. It’s always the same people: you know, dog walkers, ramblers, horse riders and even armed police and helicopters.
Why do these people think the countryside is only for them to enjoy. Sometimes it makes me sad, but when I’m sat at my dinner table eating wild roast duck or rabbit stew and when I drive by the same people stuck in snow I smile to myself and think I would not change a thing.
Gary Betts, Boughton, Nottinghamshire