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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Kettleburgh 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 Not named. Commences at Brook Farm on parish boundary with Brandeston, and runs in a north-easterly direction along edges of fields to a point about 200 yds. south of Half Way Houses on road north from Kettleburgh.
2 FP Coming from Office Farm in Brandeston it enters Kettleburgh Parish just North of Brook Farm (see 1) and ends where it touches path No. 1 to 50 yards further on.
3 FP Commences at Brunswick Farm and proceeds via Lodge Farm to Hill House Farm (Brandeston).
Width: First half about 20 feet.
6 FP Commencing about 70 yards west of Brunswick Farm, on path 3, at the corner of a grass field, it runs north across the field and on to cross the P B near a road junction.
7 FP Commencing about 70 yards North of the road junction at Brunswick Farm it runs east towards Framlingham.
9 FP Commencing at Half Way Houses it follows round the gardens for approx. 100 yds. and then turns sharply east through a gap in the hedge, follows South side of hedge for three fields when it reaches the P.B.
10 BR Commencing at the junction with the U2106 at OS grid reference TM26826106, the path proceeds along a metalled track towards Packway Cottage in a north easterly direction for 154 metres to OS grid reference TM26956115; leaving the track and proceeding over a natural grass surface for 86 metres to a point at OS grid reference TM27036122; changing to a north north easterly direction within OS field plot no. 0005 for 236 metres to a point at OS grid reference TM27126141; continuing within OS field plot no. 4042 on the eastern side of the hedge and ditch for 183 metres to the electricity pylon at OS grid reference TM27246154; continuing alongside the ditch for 30 metres to OS grid reference TM27266156; leaving the ditch in a north easterly direction and progressing within OS field plot no. 3669 for 240 metres to the Framlingham parish boundary at OS grid reference TM27466169 and the junction with Bridleway No. 86 Framlingham.
Width: based on 1904 County Series Map 1:2500 between 7 metres and 9 metres between OS grid references TM26826106 and TM27036122 between 1.5 metres and 2 metres between OS grid references TM27036122 and TM27466169
11 FP Runs from a junction with Footpath No 1 Kettleburgh in the north western corner of an arable field at OS grid reference TM26496172 running on levelled consolidated and unobstructed in a generally southerly direction within adjacent and parallel to the western boundary of the said field and to the east of the ditch and hedge and then across open ground for a distance of approximately 360 metres to a point in the south western corner of the said arable field at OS grid reference TM26486136
and continues due south to point of junction at Church Cottage with paths 13, 15, 17, 18 and 19.
Width: From TM26496172 to TM26486136: 2 metres From TM26486136 to end: undefined
13 FP Commencing on the corner between the Rectory Farm and the "Old Rectory" it runs south to the Churchyard and ends at the junction with paths 17, 11 and 15 at Church Cottage.
14 FP A connecting path between 11 and 15 via the farm buildings known as "Hungry Hall".
15 FP Commences on main Kettleburgh-Brandeston road opposite entrance to Home Farm, and runs due North for two fields, then turns sharp East and proceeds to the junction of paths 11, 13, 17, 18 at Church Cottage.
16 FP Commences on main Kettleburgh-Brandeston road at point on map shown as Bench Mark, and runs due North to join 15 outside field in which Church Farmhouse is situated.
Width: Approximately 10 feet.
18 FP Starts on the main village 'street' opposite "Stone Cottage" and runs across a gravel pit, and over a field into the Church Cottage property and then to the junction with paths 11 etc. joining 19 just before it reaches the others.
Width: Approximately 2 feet.
19 FP Commences opposite a farm and beside the present P.O. and Stores, and runs nearly due North up to the Church, joining 11, 13, 15, 17 outside Church Cottage.
Width: First part 3 ft. wide, lane part 20 ft. wide, grass part 4 ft. wide, gravelled part 3 ft. wide.
23 FP Forms the means of access to both the "Hall" and the "Hall Farm", runs from the 'street' across to the Borrits farm road.
Width: Approximately 14 ft.
24 FP From a point abutting Footpath No 23 Kettleburgh, the access track to Kettleburgh Hall, at OS grid reference TM26786033 running within adjacent and parallel to the north western boundary of O.S. 8926 clear of the hedge and on level ground in a generally south south westerly direction for a distance of approximately 40 metres to the said point TM26776029; thence it diverges across the field and carries on in a south-easterly direction to Sessions Wood.
Width: TM26786033 to TM26776029: 1.5 metres TM26776029 to end: Undefined
25 FP Said to commence at the gate opposite to the Hall and to run approximately south-west to the junction of Mill Lane with the Kettleburgh-Easton Road.
26 FP Commencing at the "Chequers Inn" and running to meet the Mill Lane near the Bridge over the Deben.
Width: About 10 ft. where it is a lane.