• Dogs – By law, dogs must be kept on a short, fixed leads of no more than 2 metres in length between 1 March and 31 July, and all year round when they are near livestock – Possible other offences under the Animal Welfare Act 2006
  • Driving a motorised vehicle
  • Taking an animal, other than a dog onto the land
  • Riding a bicycle
  • Riding a horse
  • Camping
  • Organised games
  • Hang-gliding or paragliding
  • Using a metal detector
  • Commercially run activities on the land
  • Swimming in, or using boats or sail boards on, non-tidal rivers, lakes and so on
  • Taking anything away from the land, like stones, fallen wood or plants
  • Intentionally or recklessly takes, kills, injures or disturbs any animal, bird or fish –
    includes fishing
  • Lighting, causing or risking a fire – including BBQs and Fireworks
  • Damaging hedges, fences, walls, crops or anything else on the land
  • Leaving gates open that are not propped or fastened open
  • Leaving litter / Fly tipping
  • Intentionally disturbing livestock, wildlife or habitats
  • Feeds any livestock (Including grass cuttings)
  • Interference In relation to any lawful activity e.g. military exercise/ force training
  • Posting or erecting any notices
  • Committing any criminal offence
  • Hunting, shooting etc.
  • Drones other hand operated aircraft

All offences should be reported to the BMCC point of contact – Julie Dowton.