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Kerry Radley, who runs Radley's cafe and shop, has caused a stir in the usually sleepy village of Salhouse in Norfolk after a longstanding feud with business rivals Prima Rosa.
The parish council received complaints the cafe owner had been intimidating customers from Prima Rosa, which is run by a councillor.
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A village cafe boss has been warned she could face a £20,000 fine if she so much as looks at a rival tea shop next door.
But the orders have also attracted criticism, with some campaign groups claiming it gives council officials too much authority.
A report by the Manifesto Club, which campaigns against what it calls 'hyper-regulation', said 'CPNs are more likely to pass beneath the radar of public criticism and debate; they can also be used to target the individuals of which officials disapprove rather than stating restrictions that are nominally applicable to everyone.'Breaching a CPN is a criminal offence and could lead to a fine or prosecution.
She briefly closed the shop at the start of this year before re-opening in May, but after the council began investigating the allegations, she closed again in September.'It was meant to be something for the community.
Ironically, I've now ended up with a community protection order.'Coun Nudd, from Prima Rosa café, said he 'had found it best not to comment in order to prevent inflaming any situation'.
But in June she received a warning letter from the council in June who said said they were 'satisfied she was responsible for persistent and unreasonable conduct'.
As a result, mother-of-three Radley, 45, has been slapped with a Community Protection Order by the local authority which stops her even looking at her business rival - a ban she has described as bonkers.
Tensions are at fever pitch in Salhouse after Broadland district council served the order in spite of the fact that Radley's has been the target of a dirty protest involving dog faeces.
Kerry said it resulted in her losing a lot of summer trade as Prima Rosa was the first place for people arriving in the village from the Norfolk Broads holiday hotspot.
Despite working 70 hours a week, her business became unviable.