£35,000 to teach ramblers to be polite... EXCUSE ME? - Daily Mail

It has gained a reputation as one of the most polite places in Britain, with virtually no reported cases of bad behaviour since being designated a national park six years ago.

But that hasn’t stopped officials blowing £35,000 of taxpayers’ money on a bizarre campaign to teach ramblers and dog-walkers on the South Downs to greet each other with a cheery ‘Have a good day’ or ‘Hi there!’

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£35,000 to teach ramblers to be polite... EXCUSE ME? - Daily Mail
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