With more than 30,000 members, at Countryside Magazine we're passionate about rural life
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Facebook 'house rules'
We want our Facebook page to be an informal place where people can share how they feel about British farming and the countryside in a fun environment.
We welcome feedback – both positive and negative. It helps us to learn and grow.
We ask all users to keep their contributions suitable for all ages. We ask you to be nice and polite to one another and respect each other’s views and comments.
Before you upload anything to our Facebook page – photos, videos, audio clips etc - please make sure you own the rights to it.
Moderation - how our page is governed
In general, we don’t moderate posts – except on the rare occasion that someone has used offensive language or made libellous allegations about named individuals on our page.
We have a duty to protect our staff and members, so while deleting comments is totally out of character for us, our legal position is that any post containing a libellous accusations, should be removed. If an individual continues to post offensive, threatening or libellous content then we’ll be forced to block that person from the page.
We won’t tolerate postings, content, or links that are racist, sexist or homophobic. We also don’t permit linking to or posting any content which endorses illegal activity, or any activities against the values of the NFU.
If you post adverts then we may remove them - it is our decision.
If you’re concerned that a posting or user content has broken any of our house rules or you’re worried about any comment or content then please send us an email to email@example.com and let us know.
Finally, please note that the views on our Facebook page are created by our community and don’t necessarily represent the views or opinions of the NFU.
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