How the do you find out about local bye-laws??
After reading this http://www.ukriversguidebook.co.uk/rive ... itton-mill I decided to be a responsible citizen and found out if the fishing warden mentioning the bye-law was BS or not
So I rang the county council to ask for a list of bye-laws - they don't have one but suggested I contact the district council, they don't have one but suggested I contact the county council records dept - they couldn't help but suggested I try the environment & planning dept - they couldn't help but suggested I tried the legal department - they couldn't help, but are looking into it and will get back to me
How are we supposed to be good law abiding citizens if we can't find out if we will be breaking the law or not??
From the Warwickshire Avon in the south, to the Trent in the north
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