Nick Jenkins Posted July 23, 2013 Share Posted July 23, 2013 but this may well apply UK wide. In Wales the Quango that runs most of the castles/ancient monuments is called Cadw - in England the equivalent is English Heritage. A few weeks ago I was stopped by a CADW official from shooting castles in Monmouthshire, specifically White Castle. It was pointed out that to shoot commercially a fee would be payable by prior agreement, she thought around £200.00 - ha!! My question, having thought about this, is - what is to prevent me shooting from public property suh as a footpath or road/lane as opposed to paying an entry fee and shooting off Cadw land? It is almost ditto marks under the National Trust fiasco. Has anyone experienced and lived through this? I am sure if I am on public property it is their tough luck? nj. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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