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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Easton Parish (East Suffolk, Suffolk)

Information provided by Suffolk County Council, under the Open Government Licence (v3). Current Statement information from 2024‑04‑09. 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 Jockey Bars Path - enter from Easton-Framlingham road 150 yards south of Marley entrance (or bench mark). Takes a westerly direction along hedge to the south-east corner of Skolding Wood comprising OS field no 285, thence along the northern boundary of OS field no 262 and along the north-eastern and north boundaries of OS 260 for a distance of 210 yards (measured from the corner of the wood) to footpath no 2 on the north-eastern corner of OS field no 259. Path recommences at footpath no 2 in the south-east corner of OS field no 259 and runs in a south-easterly direction along the south-west boundary of OS field no 240 adjacent to the Easton to Kettleburgh Road for a distance of approximately 110 yards to the south-east corner of that field on the northern side of the Easton to Kettleburgh Road. Continues across road down the cartway of Jockey's Barn - stile at the Kettleburgh Road - to the north-east corner of OS field no 223, thence along the northern, western and south-western boundaries of that field to the eastern boundary of the scrubland forming OS field no 222, thence across the south-west corner of OS field no 223, then in a generally southerly direction along the western boundary of OS field no 220 to the south-west corner of that field on the northern side of the Easton to Hoo road for a distance of approximately 760 yards measured from the north-east corner of OS field no 233.
2 FP Top of rise on Easton-Kettleburgh road on west side of the hedge going northerly to Skoldings Wood which it skirts on the south side bearing round westward across the Gull and Sessions Wood skirting this on south side to join up with Kettleburgh.
3 FP Known in Easton as the Parham Path - starts at the gravelled path in Easton Village between the White Horse Inn and the Post Office shop. Midway - this part is known as the Cemetery path, continues along the eastern wall of Martley Park to the corner, over a stile, and then along the western side of the Maids' Wood, through a narrow belt of trees, still outside the wood, to the south-east boundary of OS field no 123, then in a south-easterly direction along the north-eastern boundary of OS field no 118 Maids' Wood, and thence in a north-easterly direction along the south-east boundary of OS field no 123 continuing adjacent to the edge of Maids' Wood for a distance of 210 yards approximately (measured from the south-east boundary of OS field no 123) to the Parham parish boundary adjacent to the north-west corner of the woodland comprising OS 117. Joins the Parham path coming through the Sally Grove Wood. This path is joined by a branch which follows the northern wall of Martley Park. This path is joined by a branch which commences on the east side of the Easton to Framlingham road in the south-west corner of OS field no 300 opposite the property known as "Green Vista" and runs in an easterly direction for a distance of approximately 260 yards along the southern boundaries of OS field nos 300 and 301, thence along the southern boundary of part of OS field no 128 to the north-east corner of the woodland comprising OS field no 106 and which then follows the northern wall of Martley Park. This path skirts the north side of Martley Hall buildings and gardens.
4 FP Three Bridges - Easton Kennels - to the river towards Letheringham.