If you're using footpaths or bridleways make sure gates are always closed. Don't assume because one is open that it's supposed to be.
Seely has agreed to write to the Farming Minister in support of an Isle of Wight farming agenda, adding that farming is critical to our future.
Tuesday, 31st July, 2018 9:42am
By The Office of Bob Seely with 4 readers' comments
The new awards showcase the success of rural industries on the Island, and the awards for schools and young people demonstrate the very positive future of rural life on the Isle of Wight.
Wednesday, 11th July, 2018 9:43am
By Michael Sims with 2 readers' comments
The CLA say fly-tipping is not a victimless crime and that the Government, local authority and Environment Agency must work together with farmers and landowners to help reduce fly-tipping on private rural land.
Friday, 15th June, 2018 10:11am
By Michael Sims with one comment
Isle of Wight farmers could be left at the mercy of volatile world markets or become little more than country park keepers to earn Government money says Rural Property Specialist, James Attrill.
Tuesday, 6th March, 2018 3:50pm
By Maurice Hardy with one comment
After Brexit, new agricultural rules will be tailored with subsidies only given to farmers who do public good, as well as produce food.
Wednesday, 10th January, 2018 4:22pm
By The Office of Bob Seely with 8 readers' comments
The first on the list of resolutions for the New Year is for the Isle of Wight Council or the Government to impose "some form of public service obligation on ferry companies or provide an alternative".
Friday, 22nd December, 2017 1:40pm
By Helen Symes with 5 readers' comments
Isle of Wight MP, Bob Seely, has welcomed Michael Gove's draft bill, whilst Green MEP for the South East says it's a victory for campaigners and "a big climb-down from the Government”.
Tuesday, 12th December, 2017 2:35pm
By Sally Perry with 3 readers' comments
Where there is a risk of harm to the public, dogs or livestock, landowners have called for a common-sense measure to allow them to divert footpaths on a temporary basis.
Friday, 17th November, 2017 6:54pm
By Helen Symes with 6 readers' comments