Slightly off topic from the original post however I am looking for a varying perspective about what is deemed acceptable. I live in a beautiful part of the county, off the beaten track and surrounded by green, this is the life we have chosen and work tirelessly to provide for our children, we opted out of living in a culdesac where we are overlooked and have no privacy. Then Boris announces a lockdown that encourages people to go out for walks and our quiet little patch of paradise became a free for all with people abusing private land, not sticking to footpaths and thinking it’s acceptable to stop and stare at people in their own gardens without even having the decency to smile and say hello, then to start to feed a Colicy, laminitic 24 year old pony who has to have his diet closely monitored. After the original debacle when we first moved in we’re people were chucking all sorts over the fence at the horses we went to the trouble and expense or putting up a serious fence across the boundary near where people can access but now we have people accessing and abusing private farm land to behave like disrespectful ****holes! Somebody now has been posting their walks all over Facebook, which includes photograph after photograph taken without permission of people’s houses, gardens and property, I couldn’t believe what I was looking at, what would possess someone to think that that is ok? I don’t suppose there is any laws about it but surely I’m not alone in think that someone standing 4ft from a strangers front door then posing public photos to generate a few ‘likes’ is Pig F***ing Ignorant!