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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Wrabness Parish (Tendring, 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
1 FP From Ash Street leading northwards, then westwards to the river wall, then south-westwards along the wall. Then, at a point approx 180mt south-west of Wall Lane, leading south-westwards down the steps to join BR20, across the footbridge, and south-eastwards to meet the access road. Then south-westwards up the steps, with an alternative route up a disabled access ramp. Then generally westwards across OS field No.0049, along the existing tarmac surfaced track for approximately 172 metres. Then continuing across the new bridleway in a generally westerly direction for approximately 310 metres to the parish boundary where it continues as FP20 in Bradfield. Width is unspecified up to the point 180 metres south-west of Wall Lane, then changing to a minimum width of 2 metres, with the exception of the aforementioned ramp and 2 flights of steps where the minimum width is 1.2 metres, and the aforementioned footbridge which has a minimum width of 3 metres.
3 FP Commences at Wrabness Hall, runs in a north-easterly direction to join footpath 4.
4 FP From the eastern end of footpath 1 in a northerly direction along the western side of the field, then eastwards along the seawall thence south-easterly to the parish boundary with Ramsey where it continues as footpath 1. The width from the junction with footpath 1 to the southern entrance to "Coign" is 2.6m.
5 FP From footpath 4 near East Grove in a southerly direction over the railway and past footpath 18 for 200ft.
7 FP From footpath 18 in a southerly direction to the road north of Primrose Hill.
8 FP Commences near The Rectory south of the railway in a south-easterly direction to Stour Wood at the parish boundary with Ramsey where it continues as footpath 28
10 FP From road south of Rectory in a north-east, east and southerly direction along boundary with Ramsey where it continues as footpath 5 in Stour Wood.
11 FP From the road south of the Post Office, in a southerly direction to Redbarn, then south-westerly along the parish boundary to Butlers Farm.
12 FP From a point north of Cooks Corner, south-west to Foxes Farm thence north-westerly to the road north of the Wheatsheaf Inn
13 FP From Foxes Farm in a south-westerly direction to Priory Farm.
14 FP From the Wheatsheaf Inn in a south-westerly direction to the parish boundary where it continues as footpath 7 in the parish of Wix
15 FP From footpath 17 south of the Firs, in a south-westerly direction to the parish boundary, where it continues as footpath 1 in the parish of Wix.;
16 FP From Butlers Farm in a south-westerly direction to join footpath 15.
17 FP From the County Road at "The Firs" in a south-westerly direction and south-easterly direction to the parish boundary where it continues as footpath 11 in Ramsey parish.
18 FP From Black Boy Lane leading eastwards, with unspecified width, to meet FP7 by the railway bridge on the southern side of OS field 4672. Then, with a width of 3mt, continuing eastwards for approximately 195mt and northwards for approximately 110mt, following a hardened track along the southern and eastern field headland. Then, with a width of 2mt, continuing northwards for approximately 130mt along the eastern field headland, west of the new fenceline, to meet FP4.
19 FP From the road south-west of Dimbol's Farm in a north-westerly direction through Brackey Grove and across the railway to the road south of Newhouse Farm.
20 BR From the north-western end of Wall Lane leading south-westwards along the base of the river wall to join FP1 where it descends from the top of the river wall. Then across the footbridge and continuing generally westwards over scrub land in OS field No.0049 to the foreshore, OS No.9263, where it crosses the parish boundary and continues as BR19 in Bradfield. The first section of the path from Wall Lane to where it meets FP1 is of unspecified width, the remainder having a minimum width of 3 metres.