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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Theberton 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 Commences in Onner lane (locally known as Moat Road) original entry now a concrete road to perimeter of Airfield. All that remains of original pathway is clearly distinguished by existing hedges which carry on to Harrow Lane road near junction with Hill Farm. Terminates at gateway on the junction (Hill Farm-Harrow Lane)
Width: Believed to have been 2-3 ft.
2 FP Commences on the Kelsale parish boundary in the north-west corner of OS field no 34 (adjacent to the termination point of footpath no 31 Kelsale) and runs in a generally easterly direction along the northern boundary of OS field no 34 for a distance of approximately 490 yards to the north-east corner of that field adjacent to the Kelsale-Theberton road.
3 FP Begins in Onner Lane approximately 50 yds. east of Moat Farm entrance on the opposite side of the road at gateway. Proceeds alongside hedgerow and skirts pond on top of rise in ground approximately halfway on route to end of first field; through gateway and turns right following hedgerow around corner of second field to a stile and footbridge over watercourse. From this pond it continues to Hall Road following the hedgerow and skirting a small wooded belt as it nears its termination. Enters Hall Road near to Park Gates at a stile and footbridge over watercourse.
Width: Approx. 2-3 ft.
4 FP Commences at a point approximately one-third of the way along footpath No. 3 at end of first field described therein between the two big oak trees and follows the hedgerow on the south side to Church Farm where it crosses over cartbridge to left of wall and on to roadway out of farm to Hall road near Old Manor House.
5 FP Commences slightly east of and opposite junction no. 3 footpath and Hall Road, at entrance to Theberton Hall Park at the Park Gates. Proceeding northerly at edge of Park Lane, skirting small ponds and wooded clumps in its early stages, continues alongside fence and crosses over into Middleton boundary at well defined watercourse.
Width: 2-3 ft.
6 FP Commences at Rattla Corner opposite the end house by a spring or "waterhole" and proceeds north to Clay Pits Wood through Marshy Meadow and Light Hill Field; continues into Middleton boundary.
Width: 2-3 ft.
6A FP Neave's Path. Continuation of Leiston F.P. 6.
7 FP Commencing in Main Road, Theberton (or the Street) a little to the South of and opposite Post Office. Proceeds in a southerly direction to Annes Lane skirting end of Council Houses as it turns towards the last stretch.
Width: 2-3 ft.
8 FP Commencing just opposite Holly Tree Farm at gateway and proceeds on west side of hedgerow in a southerly direction to Onner Lane.
Width: 2-3ft.
9 FP Continuation of No. 8 F.P. from Onner Lane across arable field to kissing gate and across pasture land to kissing gate in Potter Street, where it terminates nearly opposite No. 10 F.P.
Width: 2-3ft.
10 FP Begins opposite the cottages in Potters Street, nearly opposite the termination of No. 9 footpath and proceeds up cart track side of Broom Covert; enters into Potters Farm (or Smith's farm) at gateway, continuing through gateway and along south side of hedgerow until turning north at old cart shed towards Eastbridge. Continues along cart track to path No. 15 and then follows hedgerow to village passing Cemetery and playing field on left. Crosses stile at end of hedgerow and turns sharply left towards Eastbridge Chapel.
Width: The cart track section: 3-3┬Żyds. Footpath section: 3 ft.
11 FP Commencing at a point approximately 100yds. South of and opposite junction Potters Street with main Leiston Yoxford road, proceeds across field in southerly direction towards and in a direct line to Leiston Old Abbey. Crosses over into Leiston Boundary by a plank footbridge over watercourse.
Width: 2-3ft.
12 FP Known as "Market Way" - commences slightly north of, and on the opposite side of the junction Potters Street and main Leiston-Yoxford Road; proceeds on the north side of hedgerow in a southerly direction for approximately 150-200yds. and then turns westerly, still alongside of hedgerow towards Theberton Grange Road where it terminates at gateway on edge of field.
Width: Approximately 3-3┬Żyds.
13 FP Commencing opposite Rose Cottage in Grange Road and proceeds east and left of watercourse to Main Road (Leiston-Yoxford) where it terminates in a gateway opposite Fish Pond Grove.
14 BR West House Farm Yards to Knodishall Boundary.
Width: 3-4yds.
15 RB Known as Two Gates. Commencing in Eastbridge opposite Drive to Lower Abbey Farm, and
proceeding westerly on the north side of hedgerow until it reaches path No. 10 crosses over and continues on the south side of hedgerow until it terminates at crest of hill in Poplar Street, i.e. hill at top of Flash Corner, known locally as Baker's Hill.
Width: 3-4yds.
16 FP Commences on the main Leiston-Yoxford Road at top of hill opposite Theberton Hall Park and proceeds on south side of hedgerow along cart track in a north-easterly direction towards Hall Farm, to a point where it joins No. 6 path. The cart track continues beyond this point to Hall Farm, but this latter section is regarded as private road to Hall Farm.
Width: 3-4 yds - cart track width.
20A FP From Leiston boundary to unclassified road East Bridge Parish of Theberton.
21 RB Commencing at Ordnance Survey Grid Reference (OSGR) TM45246603 at a junction with the U2831 and proceeding in a west north-westerly direction for 90 metres to OSGR TM45166607 and a junction with footpath 10; changing to a north north-easterly direction and continuing for 70 metres to OSGR TM45186613 and a junction with the U2819.
Width: 3 metres