Lincolnshire County Council (LCC) are once again paying a local security firm to intimidate law abiding citizens parking overnight at Huttoft Car Terrace. Last night the security firm caused a lady considerable distress at 03.10 by looking through every window … Continue reading
The email below has been sent to Lincolnshire Police. I believe my offer to be reasonable. Email To Lincolnshire Police —– Original Message —– From: Andy Strangeway To: Complaints@lincs.pnn.police.uk Sent: Tuesday, August 04, 2015 11:23 AM Subject: Complaint – Huttoft … Continue reading
Last Friday Lincolnshire County Council (LCC) endured further humiliation as their wet behind the ears £1,500 per day barrister from London suffered defeat to a factory worker and painter & decorator. He started by saying this was a “simple parking issue” … Continue reading
One and a half years ago I received an email requesting my help. I met an amazing group of people who enjoy the simple pleasures of the Lincolnshire Coast. But for reasons unknown Lincolnshire County Council object to this and … Continue reading
It was good to catch up with old and new friends at the Huttoft Car Terrace meeting yesterday. Just before 22.00 motorhomers left the car terrace and parked on the approach road to make room for those attending the late night … Continue reading
There will be a meeting on Saturday 4 July at Huttoft Car Terrace. There is plenty of overnight parking on the slip road. All are welcome to join us. Some will arrive on the Friday.
As my election campaign has now concluded I am now in a position to offer any help required to Alex with regards his up coming appeal. The appeal is to be heard in late July. I am in no doubt … Continue reading
The fundamental reason Alex and all motorhomers do not breach the Lincolnshire Byelaw for Pleasure Grounds, Public Walks and Open Spaces is the following defence:
As I will be standing for election on 7th May for the East Riding of Yorkshire Council I will leave the appeal in Alex’s capable hands.
This morning in Boston magistrates court I witnessed a miscarriage of justice I believed I would never witness in the UK. The magistrate ignored the vast majority of our defence and found Alex Sprott guilty on both charges. In essence … Continue reading