Having done a good job in falling out with people who live in towns, people with degrees and people who work in conservation organisations Robin Page has a smaller and smaller pool of people with whom to fall out but he contines undaunted. He’s now falling out with the trustees of the Countryside Restoration Trust, some of whom are real country people.
I’m thinking of writing a book entitled ‘Robin Page – my part in his downfall‘ but it wouldn’t be a very long book. In fact, it would consist of just one word – ‘none’. Although Robin does need help, he doesn’t need any help in getting into scrapes.
He seems to think that I, and maybe Chris Packham, were plotting the downfall of the CRT. Apparently the way I did this was to write a reference for someone so that this person could infiltrate the CRT. I did, somewhat reluctantly, write the said person a reference but only after asking them whether they really wanted to work for Robin’s organisation? Really? Are you sure? Do you really think this will end well?
Having been mentioned in the Mail I am now getting people moaning about Robin Page to me and telling me stories of his goings on. Thanks, but I’m really not that interested (except on a ‘everyone is interested in gossip’ level). Any problems you have with the Countryside Restoration Trust should be directed to the trustees.[registration_form]