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The son is the neighbour and no discussion because he is not there. Father arrived in van with another person and set up the rig and proceeded with the skinning etc in his son's absence. When they finished they used garden hose pipe to flush awy any blood.
What carcases are they?
Is ita one off?
No expert in carcases - 3 carcases - larger than lambs, maybe young deer .One carcase needed skinning - looked like hide rather than fur or wool.
First time , but neighbour has started hunting/shooting, so can only assume may be other times.
I assume that he has thenecessary gun licences.
The first thing I would dobefore kicking up a fuss is to see whether this happens again and then I wouldbe doing something about it. Keep a note of dates and incidents and refer thematter to the Environmental Health Department of the local authority. In Iwould also refer it to the environmental agency because they cannot simply washthe blood into the ground or down the drains.
Finally, you can take them tocourt to get an injunction to prevent them doing this because, in my opinion,this is common law Private nuisance.
A solicitors letterthreatening the application and threatening an application for costs, mightmake them sit up and take note. I assume that you have no wish to talkpersonally to these people
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Yes, I would assume they have licenses. His father is a retired police inspector, rather abrasive . The neighbour himself is young, pleasant, polite, plays rugby, sometimes for Wales, but still under his father's thumb.
I wish I could speak Welsh. I live in N Wales.
The problem with some retired senior bobbies is that they still think they are the law!