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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam Bell View Post
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    Done.

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    Done.

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    Done. Thanks for the post.
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    Thank you for raising awareness of this survey. Done.
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    Why is it a British canoeing survey when its about England ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by nantcoly View Post
    Why is it a British canoeing survey when its about England ???
    Good point but why do we never get the choice of "English" for nationality on anything? always Scottish, Welsh, Irish, British. It gripes me no end.

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    Access is an area of legislation which is devolved the the nations - that is how the Scottish Parliament was able legislate for open access in 2003. The Welsh Assembly received the powers to pass access legislation later than Scotland and has yet to do so, although there has been a campaign for legislation similar to the Land Reform (Scotland) Act led by WCA followed by Waters of Wales - WoW. Legislation for England is the responsibility of the Westminster Parliament, and the campaign for open access in England is being led by British Canoeing, "the membership body for England and are responsible for developing the sport within England". Why there is not a Canoe England is another question...

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