The Parish Council is making considerable investment in improving footpaths in the parish for the benefit of walkers, dog owners and landowners. Progress has been slightly delayed due to Covid19 but new gates are on order and ready to be installed as soon as we can get working again, making walking in the area accessible to even more people.
Everyone has a responsibility to look after footpaths, including walkers. These responsibilities can be found in the documents below in the items starting ‘D’ which you may find useful.
We are creating a series of walks for people to enjoy within the Parish. The first of these are available in the documents below. These are shown in the items starting W.
Any feedback on the walks is most welcome and can be given via the Clerk.
|D1-The-Countryside-Code-Natural-England.pdf Open | Download | Send||18th September 2020|
|D2-Public-Rights-of-Way-Advice-for-Farmers-and-Landowners.pdf Open | Download | Send||18th September 2020|
|D3-Public-rights-of-way-Landowner-responsibilities.pdf Open | Download | Send||18th September 2020|
|D4-Public-rights-of-way-Local-highway-authority-responsibilities.pdf Open | Download | Send||18th September 2020|
|W1-WUP-VH-Frogmore-Loop-2_1-miles.pdf Open | Download | Send||18th September 2020|
|W2-The-Fording-and-Burton-Court-from-Weston-under-Penyard-6_7-miles.pdf Open | Download | Send||18th September 2020|
Send an email with links to the files. Add more files if needed.
Files to be sent:
A survey was conducted in April 2019 into Public Rights of Way in the parish. A copy is available here:
This generated an improvement plan which is accessible here:
There was also a survey of footpaths undertaken in October 2016, available here: