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Re: Silbury Hill trespassers
Jan 07, 2013, 15:25
Sanctuary wrote:
nigelswift wrote:
Harryshill wrote:
This kind of behaviour stinks and I was hoping for something a bit more positive than nothing can be done


Of course it does, but no-one's to blame for the lack of prosecutions as there's no way a single person can be shown in court to have caused damage. It's just the way it is.

On the other hand loads more and better notices would help. EH have a responsibility not to say nothing more can be done until they've done all they can.


Yes but that apart Nigel, what about the trespass, is that not prosecutional? If it's not then all the talk in the world is not going to stop the damage as long as one can walk in and just get on with it. If the hill can't be defended in the courts then it can only be done by secure fencing...and I mean secure, with human presence. It's about time all the talking and excuses stopped. If the Queen owned SH outright they'd son find some way of making it secure!


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