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He adds, somewhat ominously: "We knew what was going to happen in Warwickshire a year ago, and there are going to be even more of these permanent sites springing up across the UK this summer." Sometimes they target the one piece of land.
On other occasions, two adjoining plots are chosen.
But only one name appears on the planning application which has now been submitted to Stafford District Council - Ernest Wilson (and families). The unfolding story is also proving to be acutely embarrassing for local councillors.
The land was sold by businessman John Rutter, whose family is well known in the area.
It is the start of what will almost certainly prove to be a very lengthy and expensive dispute with Tom Brazil and Shipston's "new residents." Interestingly, many gipsies, from Shipston-on-Stour to Surrey, are now using the same solicitors.
But his mother and father have suffered the brunt of the local backlash and have received furious phone calls from residents.The Rutters insist they didn't know who the new owners were - or even if the current owners are the people they sold to.They were under the impression that the land would be used to keep ponies on.Among other things, they own a clothing and shoe store in the centre of Shipston.Mr Rutter, 46, is the son of Keith Rutter, a town councillor and former mayor of Shipston, where feelings are boiling over about the gipsy camp.
Then the chairman of the neighbouring parish council; then more residents.