Abinger Parish Council
New Byelaws for Abinger Parish - Parts 7 and 8
Abinger Parish Council
OTHER REGULATED ACTIVITIES
Provision of services
No person shall without the consent of the Council provide or offer to provide any service for which a charge is made.
(1) No person shall, after being requested to desist by any other person in the ground, make or permit to be made any noise which is so loud or so continuous or repeated as to give reasonable cause for annoyance to other persons in the ground by:
(a) shouting or singing;
(b) playing on a musical instrument; or
(c) by operating or permitting to be operated any radio, amplifier, tape recorder or similar device.
(2) Byelaw 53 (1) does not apply to any person holding or taking part in any entertainment held with the consent of the Council.
Public shows and performances
No person shall without the consent of the Council hold or take part in any public show or performance.
Aircraft, hang gliders and hot air balloons
No person shall except in case of emergency or with the consent of the Council take off from or land in the ground in an aircraft, helicopter, hang glider or hot air balloon.
No person shall fly any kite in such a manner as to cause danger or give reasonable grounds for annoyance to any other person.
No person shall without the consent of the Council use any device designed or adapted for detecting or locating any metal or mineral in the ground.
No person shall obstruct:
(a) any officer of the Council in the proper execution of his duties;
(b) any person carrying out an act which is necessary to the proper execution of any contract with the Council; or
(c) any other person in the proper use of the ground.
(1) It shall not be an offence under these byelaws for an officer of the Council or any person acting in accordance with a contract with the Council to do anything necessary to the proper execution of his duty.
(2) Nothing in or done under these byelaws shall in any respect prejudice or injuriously affect any public right of way through the ground, or
the rights of any person acting lawfully by virtue of some estate, right or interest in, over or affecting the ground or any part of the ground.
Removal of offenders
Any person offending against any of these byelaws may be removed from the ground by an officer of the Council or a constable.
Any person offending against any of these byelaws shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 2 on the standard scale.
The byelaws made by Abinger Parish Council on the 10th September 1962 and confirmed by the Home Office on the 26th February 1962 relating to the ground are hereby revoked.
GROUNDS TO WHICH BYELAWS APPLY GENERALLY
The grounds referred to in byelaw 2 are the village greens in the Parish of Abinger known as Abinger Common Green (formerly Abinger Hatch Green), Abinger Hammer Green (formerly Abinger Marsh Green) and Forest Green, but excluding any land forming part of the churchyard of St James’s Church, Abinger Common
GROUNDS REFERRED TO IN CERTAIN BYELAWS
HORSE RIDING PROHIBITED EXCEPT IN CERTAIN GROUNDS (SUBJECT TO BRIDLEWAY, ETC) (BYELAW 14)
Paul Richards (acting Clerk)
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