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The farmer who caused outrage in her village after offering her two acre plot of land for free to travellers to upset locals has sold the £350,000 plot to a mystery buyer.Linda Watson, 48, has made a deal to sell land in Kirtling, Cambridgeshire, which she has owned for the last 17 years.She decided to try and infuriate her neighbours after she was refused planning permission to build a house on her smallholding on the edge of the village.In revenge on her 'unsupportive' fellow villagers, who she said were 'up their own a****', she handed it over to travellers to live on free of charge - if they 'ruined' the area.Speaking from her home today she revealed that she has finally sold the land but admitted the bitter battle some of the 300 local residents will 'get seriously messy'.She said: 'A deal was been made to sell the land at 9 am this morning. 'I can't disclose the details of who it is without their permission.'Villagers were up in arms when they heard of her offer to sell to the traveller groups and confronted her in her driveway yesterday.After announcing the sale, she said: 'I think it's going to get seriously messy and this is going to go on for a long time.
I've spent a lot of money making it look nice and building up a business for myself.'This was an investment for my daughter and I work really hard to do the best I can.'After Ms Watson advertised that the land was free to live on, travellers started turning up in their droves.They started queuing outside the smart gates of the Coedendderw Stud, which she has run as a rehabilitation centre for horses for the past seven years.There was so much interest, she and her second husband, Mark, 50, a self-employed builder, had to shut the gate because so many turned up to lay claim to the land. One group turned up at 4pm and said details had been shared between 32 Facebook traveller sites.' Yesterday she revealed she had received several offers to buy the land and has now accepted a bid.It was then that her neighbours started fighting back.
Tom and Karen Mc Naughton, who live just down the road, rallied fellow villagers to take action against her and 'block off her driveway and protest'.