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

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No. Type Description
1 FP Starts from the road by Ivy Cottages, through cultivated land following the hedges until it reaches a gate. It crosses over meadows to a barbed wire barrier, then crosses another meadow to a bridge over stream.
Cartway and then track.
2 BR Starts in Hemley Hall yard, following the hedges, through cultivated land until it joins Waldringfield boundary at the public road.
Cart track.
4 BR The path is a continuation of Church Lane. After Hemley Hall cottages it becomes a cart track and ends in Hemley Hall yards, passing through a gateway.
5 FP The path begins at a gateway which divides the meadow from the Saltings, it runs along the top of the sea wall and ends at the boundary, Early Creek.
Width: 18" - 24" wide.
6 FP The path begins at the end of the public road opposite High House Cottages and continues to the meadow at the end of the lane. Then skirts a pond and follows the hedge to the saltings where it joins paths Nos. 5 and 7.
Cart track to meadow, then path where grass is worn.
7 FP Starts at the junction of paths Nos. 5 and 6 from the village and the sea wall on the saltings. The path follows the hedge on the saltings side. Later the sea wall starts again and the path runs on top of it skirting Kirton Creek. It ends on the wall beside a field gateway.
8 FP The path starts on the sea wall at Kirton Creek beside a field gate and ends at the sluice which is the boundary of Kirton. Roadway also a base of sea wall which is a bridle path.
Width: About 2 feet path and roadway 6 feet wide.
9 FP The path starts opposite High House Cottages and continues between two hedges to a gate into fields, follows hedge to gate, then diagonally across field to sea wall at Kirton creek ending at a gate near sea wall.
Width: Wide enough for farm tractors.