No, it's a parking charge notice from a private company that monitors the supermarket car park.
I'm not sure - I'll look in to it and get back to you.
I'd like to point out, it's not a fine, it's a penalty charge notice. They're not permitted to call it a fine, as they're a member of the BPA (http://www.britishparking.co.uk/) and it stipulates that they must differentiate between a fine, and a charge notice. This suggests to me that they have no legal authority passed down to them from local authorities.
Ok, that's interesting to hear, thanks.
Will be in touch.
There's no mention of railway byelaws in the fine print.
That is a very thoroough answer, thank you. Could you please just explain what you mean, in laymans terms, by the following two statements?
"If you had been issued four or five fines then it might have been a claim worth litigating over.If they do sue you can always add the land owner as a further defendant and then it will be dropped fast enough."