By Dr N R Curry, N. Curry

ISBN-10: 0203992806

ISBN-13: 9780203992807

ISBN-10: 0419155503

ISBN-13: 9780419155508

During this booklet, Nigel Curry provides an entire serious appraisal of regulations and plans for geographical region activity, and proposes, within the context of rural restructuring as an entire, quite a number new instructions for coverage that would greater serve the desires of either the general public and the nation-state to the flip of the century.

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Part of this diminution in the importance of active working-class pressure groups may have been due to the euphoria in the wake of the passing of the 1949 Act. It was also due in part to the concern of certain groups about the growth of leisure in the countryside. The Ramblers’ Association, for example, was aware of signs of significant increases in leisure activity in the countryside during the Macmillan era, and deliberately chose to disassociate itself from the mass access movement (Blunden and Curry, 1990).

Hughes, Labour Member for Wolverhampton West, summed up the feeling of the House by terming them ‘a very important step in the long struggle for the common people to establish their right to freedom in their own land’. The only new clauses inserted in the Bill at this Second Reading related to the local authority provision of accommodation, meals and refreshments on Long Distance Routes (this was amended in the Lords so that it could take place only where no private alternative was available), and to the imposition of financial penalties to be imposed on those who displayed notices deterring the public from using public footpaths.

24 THE 1970S AND 1980S By the mid-1970s this ‘containment’ ethos led to a significant slowing down in new facility provision under the 1968 Act and to a large degree as a consequence of this, countryside management schemes became more widespread. For the urban fringe they had been formalized in 1972 with the introduction of the Urban Fringe Experiments in the Bollin Valley on the edge of Manchester (Countryside Commission, 1976b). These experiments extended the objectives of the upland management schemes beyond practical problem-solving to reconciling the interests of different user groups and were stimulated by a number of factors.

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