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…………………………..Council ………………………….. Nature Reserve The………………..Council in exercise of the powers conferred upon them by sections 20 1 , 21(4) 2 and 106 3 of the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949 in accordance with section 236 of the Local Government Act 1972 hereby make the following byelaws for the protection of the Nature Reserve at……………. In the Parish(es) or community Parish(es)……………. In the County of …………. 1. In these byelaws a. “The Reserve” shall mean the pieces or parcels of land containing in the whole …….. hectares or thereabouts and situated in the parish(es) or community (communities) Parish(es) of ………. In the County of …………. Declared to be managed as a Nature Reserve by the declaration dated the ….. day of ….. 19….. made by the ………….. in pursuance of section 21 of the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949, and the Reserve is for the purposes of identification shown as nearly as may be on the map annexed to these byelaws and therein edged red. b. “The Council” shall mean ……………………….. c. “Firearm” shall have the same meaning as in section 57 of the Firearms Act 1968. 2. Within the Reserve the following acts are hereby prohibited except insofar as they may be authorised by a permit issued by the Council in accordance with Byelaw 5, or are necessary to the proper execution of his duty by an officer of the Council or by any person, or servant of any person, employed or authorised by the Council. Restriction of Access (i) Entering at any time those parts of the reserve coloured…………. On the attached map; or where notice to keep out has been posted by order of the Council. (ii) Entering any part of the Reserve during the period beginning on the …… day of ………… and ending on the ……. Day of ……………. In any year. Damage to or disturbance of things in the Reserve (iii) Spreading or using any net, or setting or using any lamp or other instrument, or any snare or lure, for the taking, injury or destruction of any living creature.
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