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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Hadstock Parish (Uttlesford, 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. The entries below are ordered first by Right of Way number, and then in reverse chronological order (most recent first). show/hide old entries.

No. Type Description
1 FP Continuation of FP5, Great Chesterford, leading north-eastwards along the County boundary and into Cambridgeshire.
2 FP From the northern end of Moules Lane, west of Lower Farm, in a generally northerly direction to the County Boundary where it continues in Cambridgeshire.
3 FP From Halfway House in an easterly direction to its junction with footpath 2 at Haw's Hill.
4 FP From Chalky Road in a westerly direction to its junction with footpath 27 then in a north-westerly direction to its junction with footpath 2.
5 BR Chalky Road from the road north-east of Lower Farm running north and north-west to the parish and County boundary with Cambridgeshire.
7 FP From its junction with CRF5 in a south-easterly and south-westerly direction to the road west of New Farm.
8 FP From the road south of Half-way House in a north-westerly direction to the County Boundary where it continues in Cambridgeshire.
10 FP From the road north of Lower Farm in a southerly direction to its junction with FP11.
11 FP From its junction with footpaths 10 and 19 leading westwards with unspecified width to Hadstock village.
12 FP From New Farm in a south-westerly direction to its junction with footpath 18.
13 FP From its junction with FP8 leading south-westwards and north-westwards to meet FP1 at the parish boundary. The final 260 mt of the path, leading north-westwards on the south-western side of the ditch and hedge, has a width of 2mt.
14 FP From its junction with footpath 8 in a southerly direction to its junction with footpaths 15 and 16.
15 FP From the road opposite to the Rectory in a westerly direction then continuing north to its junction with footpath 16.
16 FP From Morris's Farm in a westerly direction to its junction with footpath 13.
17 FP From the road at St. Botolph's Church in an easterly direction to its junction with footpath 18.
18 FP From Hadstock village in a south-easterly direction to the southern end of footpath 12.
19 FP From its junction with footpaths 10 and 11 leading south-westwards inside the western boundary of OS field 0006 to join footpath 18. Width is at least 3 metres.
20 FP From its junction with footpaths 17 and 18 in a southerly direction to its junction with footpath 21.
21 FP From its junction with footpath 17 in a southerly direction to Little Bowsers.
25 FP From its junction with footpath No. 21 in a south-westerly direction to the road south of The Rectory.
26 FP From its junction with footpath No.11 in a south-westerly direction to its junction with No.18.
27 FP From its junction with footpath No. 4 in a south-easterly direction to the road north-east of Lower Farm.
28 BR From the road south of Hadstock Common west, north and west to Great Chesterford parish where it continues as BR11.
29 FP Extension of FP46 (Saffron Walden Borough) in an easterly direction to new route of B1052.
30 BR From the B1052 south of Mortimer House in a south-westerly direction to the County boundary where it continues in Cambridgeshire.
31 FP From footpath 12 leading south-westwards along the south-eastern boundary of OS field 0006. Then north-westwards along the edge of a copse, across field 0006 and along the northern side of the boundary between fields 0006 and 6200 to its junction with footpath 10, Siggins Lane. Width is at least 1.25 metres.