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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Knodishall 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 BR Commencing on the U2329 (School Road), opposite the junction with the U2303 (Church Road) at OS grid reference TM42526163 and progressing along a natural surface track in a southerly direction on the eastern side of a hedge and west of a coppice for 84 metres to a point at OS grid reference TM42516154; continuing to the eastern side of a hedge along a grass track for 204 metres, passing to the east of 2 electricity pylons and then crossing an earth track at a point at OS grid reference TM42486134; continuing for 274 metres to the junction with Footpath No. 18A at OS grid reference TM42526107; continuing for 207 metres to the junction with Footpaths No. 3 and 19 at OS grid reference TM42576087; continuing for 274 metres and joining the junction of Bridleways No. 2 and 20 at OS grid reference TM42626060.
Width: Varying between the two dashed boundaries as shown on the Ordnance Survey National Grid Map 1971 2.0 metres between grid references TM42526163 and TM42486134 varying between a minimum of 2.0 metres and maximum of 4.0 metres between grid reference TM42486134 and TM42576087 2.0 metres between grid references TM42576087 and TM42626060
2 BR Commencing at the junction of Bridleway No.20 and Footpath No. 1 Knodishall at grid reference TM 42626060, and progressing in a west-north-westerly direction, on level ground, through field parcel number 4565, for 335 metres to the junction of Footpath number 3 Knodishall at grid reference TM 42306071, then changing to a westerly direction down a slope, up an incline, south of a hedgerow and field parcel number 0003, for 100 metres to grid reference TM 42206070, then changing to a west-south-westerly direction down the slope following along the southern side of a hedgerow for 373 metres to grid reference TM 41866055, then changing to a westerly direction continuing down a slope, following along the southern side of a hedgerow/trees and field parcel number 6870 for 370 metres running parallel to and to the north of Bridleway number 26 Friston to join Grove Road (U2301) at grid reference TM 41496052, for a total distance of approximately 1680 metres (1.04 miles).
Width: As defined by the boundary lines on the Ordnance Survey 1:2500 1971 Edition as a minimum of 4 metres and a maximum of 6 metres between grid reference 42626060 and 42306071 and as a minimum of 2 metres between grid references 42306071 and 41496052.
3 FP No Recognised Name. From where No. 2 joins No. 3 and across the Watch Walk Whin to Pack Gate Stile.
Width: Sufficiently wide for two people.
4 FP No Recognised Name. Starts at Friston Church road to No. 2.
Width: Sufficiently wide for two people.
5 FP Commences at point on Bulls Hall field (see footpath No. 22) thence across to "Homeward" and Friston Church Farm. No. 6 has stile about 20 yds. further on Grove Road, this leads to paths 6 and 7 and continues across allotments to Moor Farm. At Ordnance Survey grid reference TM41236173 proceeding in a north north westerly direction for approximately 48 metres to join the route of Friston Public Footpath No 20 (to be known as Knodishall Public Footpath No 40) at Ordnance Survey grid reference TM41216177.
Width: Varies, but always room for two people. 1.5 metres from TM41236173 to TM41216177.
6 FP Commences at point on Bulls Hall field (see footpath No. 22) thence across to "Homeward" and Friston Church Farm. No. 6 has stile about 20 yds. further on Grove Road, this leads to paths 6 and 7 and continues across allotments to Moor Farm. At Ordnance Survey grid reference TM41236173 proceeding in a north north westerly direction for approximately 48 metres to join the route of Friston Public Footpath No 20 (to be known as Knodishall Public Footpath No 40) at Ordnance Survey grid reference TM41216177.
Width: Varies, but always room for two people. 1.5 metres from TM41236173 to TM41216177.
7 FP Commences at point on Bulls Hall field (see footpath No. 22) thence across to "Homeward" and Friston Church Farm. No. 6 has stile about 20 yds. further on Grove Road, this leads to paths 6 and 7 and continues across allotments to Moor Farm. At Ordnance Survey grid reference TM41236173 proceeding in a north north westerly direction for approximately 48 metres to join the route of Friston Public Footpath No 20 (to be known as Knodishall Public Footpath No 40) at Ordnance Survey grid reference TM41216177.
Width: Varies, but always room for two people. 1.5 metres from TM41236173 to TM41216177.
7A FP Commences at Knodishall Church across meadow to "Sand Pit" field thence across field, thence across field by corner to hedge on left, then on to top of "Big Pound Field" to Pear Tree Farm road, cross road to two fields on Manor Farm to the drive at Manor Farm entrance.
8 FP Commences on concrete bridge near Pear Tree Farm thence across three fields to Friston Moor.
9 FP Commences oppositePattles Farm and crosses two fields to Cloutings Farm.
10 FP No recognised name. Commences at Workhouse Farm lane on Saxmundham Road, across field to Knodishall Red House road and joins No. 11 on Knodishall Green, then back of cottages by Church ruins to finish at West House Crossing L.N.E.R. to Leiston road.
11 FP No recognised name. Commences at Workhouse Farm lane on Saxmundham Road, across field to Knodishall Red House road and joins No. 11 on Knodishall Green, then back of cottages by Church ruins to finish at West House Crossing L.N.E.R. to Leiston road.
12 FP Church Walk. No. 12 path commences near ruins of Buxlow Church and around Osier Ground Covert to Saxmundham-Leiston road, thence over highway to join path No. 14 past "Broom Shed" to Knodishall Low Meadows and over Brook (River Hundred) to OS grid reference TM42496195 and running in a generally south south-easterly direction for approximately 35 metres then continuing in a generally east south-easterly direction for approximately 45 metres to a junction with Church Road Knodishall at OS grid reference TM42546191.
Width: 1.5 metres from TM42496195 to TM42546191.
13 FP Short path commencing near bridge on Leiston "Wash Road" and across two fields to "Harper's Farm" corner..
14 FP Church Walk. No. 12 path commences near ruins of Buxlow Church and around Osier Ground Covert to Saxmundham-Leiston road, thence over highway to join path No. 14 past "Broom Shed" to Knodishall Low Meadows and over Brook (River Hundred) to OS grid reference TM42496195 and running in a south south-easterly direction for approximately 35 metres then continuing in a generally east south-easterly direction for approximately 45 metres to a junction with Church Road Knodishall at OS grid reference TM42546191.
Width: 1.5 metres from TM42496195 to TM42546191.
15 FP Short path from Church road to Highbury Cottages, Leiston.
16 FP Commencing at a junction with Church Road Knodishall at OS grid reference TM42526180 and running in a generally west north-westerly direction along an existing track for approximately 85 metres to OS grid reference TM42436182 then continuing in a generally west south-westerly direction on the south side of a field boundary for approximately 270 metres to OS grid reference TM42176177; continuing to Pear Tree Farm road, cross road to two fields on Manor Farm to the drive at Manor Farm entrance.
Width: TM42526180 to TM42436182 :3 metres; TM42436182 to TM42176177 :1.5 metres.
17 FP Commences at Knodishall Mission Room in front of cottages (now pre-fabs) and back of allotments finishing on Leiston main road.
Width: No recognised width but wide enough for two people side by side.
18 FP Commences at Knodishall School thence to meadow and along watercourse to pack gate stile, and join No. 19 to Watch Walk Whin.
18A FP 18a leads from Path 18 at Meadow Cottages to Path No. 1 on the school road side of the point where it joins No. 3 and 19.
19 FP From Pack Gate Stile where it joins No. 3 thence across No. 19 to Knodishall Common, to concrete bridge to Knodishall village.
Width: Sufficiently wide for two people.
20 BR Commencing at the Friston Parish boundary and junction with Bridleway number 26 Friston at grid reference TM 43096056, progressing in a westerly direction along a hard core track, passing along an edge of field parcel number 9563, along the southern side of the properties known as "Stonehurst" and "Benavon", up an incline across field parcel number 9536 along a natural surface track to pass along the southern edge of field parcel number 4074 running parallel and to the north of Bridleway number 26 Friston for 474 metres to the junction of Bridleway number 2 and Footpath number 1 Knodishall at grid reference TM 42626060.
Width: As defined by the boundary lines on Ordnance Survey 1:2500 1971 Edition as a minimum of 2 metres.
22 FP Commences opposite Park Farm gate on Friston/Snape Road over stile and across two fields of Bulls Hall farm across to Friston Street.
25 FP Commences on Snape main road boundary to centre of common and joins No. 26.
26 FP Commences at Wentworth's Lodge corner, at junction of Snape and Friston Road, across common direct to Low Road, Friston.
27 FP Commences opposite Whin Cottages to centre of Common and meets No. 26 path.
28 FP Commences near Friston School to centre of common and meets No. 26 path.
30 FP Commences at Low Road, Friston, and finishes on Snape main road.
31 FP From School Road to OS grid reference TM42646182 and running in a generally westerly direction within and along the southern side of the drive to Knodishall Hall for approximately 115 metres to a junction with Church Road, Knodishall at OS grid reference TM42536182.
Width: Bare footpath width to TM42646182; then 2 metres from TM42646182 to TM42536182
32 BR Part of the former unclassified highway known as Workhouse Lane.
35 FP Commencing at the junction with the B1121 at Ordnance Survey British National Grid Reference (OSBNGR) 641,462mE 259,902mN and progressing along a path within a field, initially adjacent to the southern boundary of No.8 Aldeburgh Road and continuing on the edge of the whin, in a south westerly direction for 126 metres; changing to a west north westerly direction and continuing for 171 meters and joining FP26 at OSBNGR 641,198mE 259,906mN.
Width: 0.9 metres