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Hi Alex, Thanks - that looks just what I need. One quick ancillary - if the sign gets torn down as an act of vandalsim - do I need to keep replacing it in order to maintain the denial of liability or can I photograph it to keep as evidence that there once was a sign. In this area there is local grievance that the previous owners have sold off parts of the woodland and affected peoples free access - even though that access always was in effect trespass, and we as the new owners have not sought to prevent continuing that access. People are very strange. All i want to do is ensure that I'm not liable if they come to grief whilst in the woodland.
I think what you're saying is that should someone tear down a sign I need to replace it in order to be "protected" by the sign. Evidence that I put up a sign isn't enough. OK I need to position it at a height where it can be read but not vandalised.