How children lost the right to roam in four generations

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When George Thomas was eight he walked everywhere.

It was 1926 and his parents were unable to afford the fare for a tram, let alone the cost of a bike and he regularly walked six miles to his favourite fishing haunt without adult supervision.

Fast forward to 2007 and Mr Thomas's eight-year-old great-grandson Edward enjoys none of that freedom.

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Rob,Thanks for refering to this article. It is so ... by Jim Bush on Monday, Jun 25, 2007 at 8:08:37 PM