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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Great and Little Wigborough Parish (Colchester, Essex)

Information provided by Essex County Council, under the Open Government Licence (v3). Current Statement information from 2019‑05‑21. Entries with grey text are old entries, and do not appear in the current Statement. show/hide old entries.

No. Type Description
3 BR Church Lane. From the road north of Lower Moulshams Farm, east to its junction with footpath 4, then north for 100 yards and easterly, passing its junction with footpath 5, to exit at the road south of Hyde Farm.
4 FP From the road south of Lower Moulshams Farm, east and then north-east to its junction with footpath 3.
5 FP From the road south-east of Staffords Corner, in a southerly direction to its junction with Church Lane (footpath 3).
7 FP From the road east of the "King's Head" P.H., in a north-easterly direction, then east via Hill Farm to the road by old school buildings.
8 FP From Church Lane, west of The Rectory, runs north-west, then east to Hyde Farm, to the road north of Hyde Farm.
10 FP From Mersea Road, east of Scarborough Farm, north-west and then south-west past its junction with footpath 13 by St. Stephens Church.
11 FP From a stile at School Road leading north-eastwards for approximately 89 metres along the north side of the hedgerow being the boundary of OS field no.6746 to meet FP12. This section has a width of 2 metres. Then crossing another stile and continuing, with unspecified width, north-eastwards past FP13 to meet FP14, and then south-eastwards and generally north-eastwards to Peldon Road.
12 FP From Church Lane, by Rectory, south to its junction with footpath 11.
13 FP From its junction with footpath 10 by St. Stephens Church south-east to its junction with footpath 11.
14 FP From its junction with footpath 10, south-west of Moulshams Farm, then south-east to its junction with footpath 11.
15 FP From the road 100 yards west of the old "King's Head", southwards along the parish boundary for 166 metres, then westwards for 88 metres on the southern side of the ditchline, with a width of 1.5 metres, then continuing southwards and south-westwards to enter Virley parish to continue as footpath 10.