HC Deb 17 July 1929 vol 230 c401

I beg to present a petition from 450 tradesmen, fishermen and seamen of the village of Netley Abbey, Hampshire, humbly asking to be granted a permanent right of way across the Hard at Netley Abbey for the purpose of carrying on their various callings of tradesmen, fishermen, seamen, etc. This right of way is absolutely necessary to them in the pursuit of their livelihood. This right of way is now threatened, and they beg that this House will secure for them that permanent right of way.