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

Information provided by Suffolk County Council, under the Open Government Licence (v3). Current Statement information from 2021‑10‑12. 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 Commences on the Farnham-Blaxhall (Class III) road, at a point west of Pond Wood at O.S. grid reference TM36275963, running in a south easterly direction along the boundary of O.S. field parcel 0011 for a distance of approximately 95 metres thence generally south westerly immediately adjacent to the boundary of Nuttery Belt for a distance of approximately 120 metres to the O.S. grid reference TM36285947; thence runs in a southerly direction to Hill Farm, thence south-eastwards to O.S. grid reference TM36595886 and running in a generally south-easterly direction along a farm track for a distance of approximately 265 metres to a point adjacent to the western corner of Burnter's Covert, thence in a generally easterly direction along the track for a distance of approximately 360 metres to a point at its junction with the C211 highway at O.S. grid reference TM37085862.
Width: 1.5 metres between TM36275963 to TM36285947; and between TM36595886 to TM37085862.
2 FP From footpath No. 1 at a point approximately 170 yards south-east of Hill Farm, in a south-westerly direction to the Parish boundary with Little Glemham.
3 FP Commences on the Farnham-Blaxhall Road approximately 110 yards north-west of the vicarage, runs in an easterly direction via Farnham Hall and the southern side of Foxborrow Wood to the southern end of footpath No. 6, thence southwards to a point approximately 280 yards south of Walk Barn, then eastwards to the unclassified road running south from Friday Street (A1094).
Width approximately 9 feet.
4 FP Commences on the Farnham-Blaxhall Road near the Smithy and runs in an easterly direction to join up with footpath No. 6 approximately 200 yards south of the parish boundary with Benhall.
5 FP Commences at the parish boundary with Benhall west of Mollett's Farm and runs south-westwards to footpath No. 4 at a point approximately 170 yards east of the Farnham-Blaxhall Road (Class III).
6 FP Commences at the Parish boundary with Benhall and runs south to join up with footpath No. 3 at the south-east corner of Foxburrow Wood.
Width varies.
7 FP Commences on the unclassified road approximately 100 yards south of its junction with Friday Street and runs westwards to footpath No. 6 approximately 250 yards south of the Parish boundary with Benhall.
8 FP Commences on the unclassified road approximately 100 yards south of Friday Street and runs eastwards to join up with footpath No. 9 just south of the Parish boundary with Benhall.
Width about 3 feet.
9 FP Commences on the Parish boundary with Benhall and runs south-eastwards to join up with footpath No. 10 at Monkey's Hole.
Width about six feet.
10 FP Commences at its junction with footpath No. 9 at Monkey's Hole and runs south-westwards to the unclassified road at a point north-west of Racewalk Covert.
11 FP Commences on footpath No. 3 west of Walk Barn and runs eastwards to the unclassified road.
Width about six feet.
12 FP Commences on Footpath No. 11 at Walk Barn and runs south-eastwards to the unclassified road at its junction with footpaths nos. 3 and 13.
Width about six feet.
13 FP Commences on the unclassified road at its junction with footpaths nos. 3 and 12, and runs south-eastwards over the railway to join up with footpath No. 14 and its junction with No. 15.
Width about 8 ft. from unclassified road to Botany Farm then usual footpath width.
14 FP Commences on the Farnham-Blaxhall road east of Burnter's Covert and runs eastwards joining the U2321 at Ordnance Survey British National Grid Reference 637,417mE258,786mN. Recommencing at the junction with Restricted Byway 17 at OSBNGR 637,812mE258,832mN and progressing to the Parish boundary with Snape.
15 FP Commences on Footpath No. 14 at its junction with footpath no. 13 and runs south to Botany Cottage..
16 RB Commencing at the junction with the A1094 at Ordnance Survey British National Grid Reference (OSBNGR) 638,116mE259,921mN and progressing along a dirt track, with generally hedged boundaries, in a west south westerly direction for 217 metres to OSBNGR 637,922mE259,833mN; changing to a south south westerly direction and continuing for 78 metres to a point at OSBNGR 637,902mE259,757mN; leaving the dirt track and changing to a southerly direction along a grass track, between initially partially hedged boundaries, for 658 metres and joining FP13 north of Botany Wood at OSBNGR 637,833mE259,109mN; continuing on a track for 280 metres and joining Restricted Byway 17 and FP14 at OSBNGR 637,812mE258,832mN.
Width: As shown by the boundaries on OS County Series map edition of 1883 Scale 1:2500 ref 59/8, varying between a minimum of 3 metres and a maximum of 9 metres between OSBNGR 638,116mE259,821mN and OSBNGR 637,912mE 259,692mN and 2 metres as shown by the pecked lines between OSBNGR 637,912mE 259,692mN and OSBNGR 637,831mE 259,098mN. 2 metres as shown by pecked lines on OS County Series map edition of 1883 Scale 1:2500 ref 59/12, between OSBNGR 637,831mE259,098mN and 637,812mE258,832mN.
17 RB Commencing at the junction with the U2321 at Ordnance Survey British National Grid Reference (OSBNGR) 637,427mE258,789mN and progressing along a track, initially hedged on both boundaries, in an easterly direction for 153 metres and crossing the railway line at OSBNGR 637,581mE258,800mN; continuing past The Gate House and between hedges for 57 metres to OSBNGR 637,637mE258,804mN; changing to an east north easterly direction and continuing to the north of Botany Wood for 178 metres and joining FP14 at OSBNGR 637,812mE258,832mN.
Width: As shown by the boundaries on OS County series map edition of 1883 Scale 1:2500 Ref:59/12, varying between a minimum of 6 metres and a maximum of 8 metres