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Mark and Gaz

I remember only a few years ago when we had shortage of fences, we just couldn't get them for months and second hand ones on ebay were going for high prices. Eventually they came. I agree about the social aspect of having lower or even no fences (if feasible), a main reason why sections of our garden we opted to keep the fences low so we can chat with our neighbours when we see them as the feeling of ease was mutual.


Thank you for commenting, Mark and Gaz. You're absolutely right. There's no reason why a fence has to be tall all the way along. Perhaps we should start a campaign!

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