Save Upton country Park Farm

The council are wanting to take back 40% of the farm (also known as S.A.N.G which stands for Suitable Alternitive Natural Greenspace) and turn it into dog walking sites. Although the council aren't going to take all of it back, the farm can not keep running without all of the space and if it is taken back the number of animals will be limited and the business will not be able to run anymore. Another thing the council are wanting to go ahead with is getting rid of all of the dairy heard, however to operate as a farm we are needing to use them for dairy products and selling them. That result is my dad and his brothers losing their jobs and us having to move and it has been a family run business for generations passed down from his dad and has been in business for a long time. There is already Upton country Park which is used for dog walkers and even closer is the Upton woods which is also great to use. by setting up this page and proving that these extra dog walking sites aren't what is needed or what people want, there could still be a chance that we will be able to keep operating as a farm and not have our houses taken away from us, would really aprreciate if you will sign this petition thankyou

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https://www.facebook.com/SaveUptonParkFarm?fref=ts

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  • Cara Leave the farm alone.

  • David Drane Apparently decision made and going ahead, is there still something that can be done to stop this nadness of replacing the most natural activities with a man made leisure activity that can be done anywhere. i.e walking a dog

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    Cara

    5 days ago Comments: Leave the farm alone.
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    Nancy Roussy

    2 months ago Comments: -
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    David Drane

    4 months ago Comments: Apparently decision made and going ahead, is there still something that can be done to stop this nadness of replacing the most natural activities with a man made leisure activity that can be done anywhere. i.e walking a dog
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