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Public Rights Of Way: Footpaths and Restricted Byways

The Parish of Longstock has a network of Rights of Ways, 12 in total. A map of the parish, including footpaths, can be seen in the attached PDF below. 

For ease of reference:

Footpaths, those numbered 1-7, are only for walking.

Restricted Byways, those numbered 9-12, are for: walking, cycling, horse riding and carriage driving.

Engine powered vehicles, motorcyclists, mini motors, quad bikes and non-road legal scramblers are NOT permitted to use any of our Footpaths or Restricted Byways. Only motorised vehicles required by the landowner for use in adjacent fields, may use Restricted Byways.

The website lists plenty of both local and county walks that can be downloaded for free.

Landowners are responsible for ensuring Rights Of Way meet statutory width requirements.

HCC definitive statement of rights of way, which provides written descriptions of each footpath.

Longstock Footpaths from HCC.pdf File Uploaded: 8 March 2023 17.1 KB