Up-dates on 'new' routes

 

The rights of way network is constantly changing. There are several reasons for this, i.e. :-

 

Existing routes are being altered see  `Making changes to public rights of way'.

 

Historic rights of way are being discovered see `What if it's not on the Definitive Map?'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New paths are being created.

 

Here are some of the paths that you may not yet find on  your Ordnance Survey maps because they have only recently been added to the Definitive Map or created or altered by public path orders. Several of them have been discovered and safe-guarded for the future by the work of the Suffolk Ramblers  :-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The maps below are in PDF format & may be viewed using the free Adobe Reader downloadable from Adobe.

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1.   A footpath at Timworth & Fornham St. Martin

 

2.   A footpath at Nowton

 

3.   Three byways and a footpath at Covehithe and South Cove

 

4.   A bridleway at Lt. Whelnetham & Bradfield St George

 

5.   A byway from Sapiston to Knettishall Heath

 

6.   A footpath at Thelnetham

 

7.   Two byways near Blythburgh

 

8.   A footpath at Levington

 

9.   A footpath at Elmsett and Flowton

 

10.  A footpath from Wortham to Botesdale

 

11. A footpath between Boxford and Kersey

 

12.  Two footpaths at Monks Eleigh

 

13.  Some footpaths between Rattlesden, Shelland & Woolpit

 

14. A footpath at Occold and Eye

 

15.  Four byways at Walsham-le-Willows, Badwell Ash, Great Ashfield,

     Westhorpe and Wyverstone

 

16.   A footpath at Bures St. Mary

 

17. A footpath between East Bergholt & Stratford St. Mary