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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Trimley St Martin 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 Starts at a point S.W. side of road A.45 opposite Cottage "Woodlands" and continues S.W. towards a point at "Railway Track"; thence to a point. Recommencing from a point thence to Goslings Farm and passing through farm it terminates at Ordnance Survey grid reference TM 2638 3768.
2 FP Is a continuation of path No. 36 and continues across field to stile near Pumping Station and thence along fencing to gate leading into lane.
3 BR From Bridleway 48 Trimley St Martin along the farm access track in a west-south-westerly direction towards the river to a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TM 2555 3743.
Width: Minimum width: 2.5 metres.
Limitations: Coincident with a private means of access to be used by agricultural or other vehicular traffic.
4 FP Branches direction W. from path No. 3 and continues along river wall towards Stratton and Levington and terminates at a point opposite Little Grove and at St. Martin - Stratton boundary.
5 FP Begins where it enters the approach road leading to Morston Hall Farm and continues through farm and thence along fence and terminates where it joins path No. 6 which leads to Stratton and Levington.
Width 6 feet - 8 feet varied through farm.
6 FP Continuation of path No. 5 due west along S.W. side of fence towards what is known as the "Willows" and boundary joining St. Martin and Stratton.
8 FP Starts at a point near A.A. Box at Woodbridge Cross Roads S.N. side of road A.45 and continues across field due West to the Railway Track and across and thence across second field to fence and boundary of St. Martin and Stratton.
9 BR Starts at a point S.E. of Kirton Road alongside garden fence of Peak Cottages and continues along edge of cultivated land eastwards, and terminates where it joins path No. 11. Is a right of way to Ham's Farm and part of right of way 17 leading to Falkenham Back Road.
Width 5 ft. - 6 ft.
10 FP Is a continuation of path No. 11 and continues in direction of Ham's Farm to a point at the north-eastern corner O.S. 0059 and running in a northerly direction along the eastern boundaries of O.S. Nos. 0070, 1877, and 1984 to a point immediately to the north of O.S. 1984 and terminates where it enters Kirton Back Road.
Width: 3 metres from a point at the north-eastern corner of O.S. No. 0059 to a point immediately to the north of O.S. No. 1984.
11 BR Starts at a point 180 yards east of "Sandy Lane" on the north-east side of Capel Hall Lane and is a continuation of path 25 leading to Ham's Farm, it continues along edge of cultivated land and terminates at junction of path 9 & 10.
12 FP Path starts at a point in corner of field opposite No.1 60 yards east of path No. 24 on the N.E. side of Capel Hall Lane and continues across two fields in north-easterly direction and terminates where it enters Brook Lane 50 yards from the Brook.
13 FP Starts at a point near Hydraulic Dam entering Marshland and continues across Marsh and bearing right leads to, and terminates at footbridge over dyke.
14 FP Path is a continuation of path No. 13 and continues across Marsh and terminates at footbridge crossing dyke and boundary. Path is part of major path leading to Gulpher Farm and Hill Houses, Walton.
15 FP Path starts at a point leaving footbridge and path 14 continues alongside dyke to gateway and path 16.
16 FP (Starts at gateway on same marsh as 14 and 15 and is a continuation of major path from Falkenham - Gulpher Farm or Hill House) and continues across marsh, and terminates at footbridge over dyke.
17 BR Branches off path No. 10 due east and continues along verge of cultivated land and thence to the Kirton and St. Martin boundary, and is part of right of way which leads to Falkenham Back Road, Swiss Farm and Drunkards Lane.
18 FP Starts at a point leaving path No. 19 at the first footbridge crossing duke and continues across marsh to gate with bar-nailed stile and thence across second marsh to bar-nailed stile, then across field to 3rd stile and across second field to boundary. Path terminates near hydraulic dam.
19 FP Is a continuation of path No. 21 and continues south towards Candlet Farm and St. Martin and St. Mary's boundary, terminating at the stream which divides both parishes.
21 FP Starts at a point on the east side of Capel Hall Lane south of Limetree Cottages and continues south across fields to S.E. of Hall, and continues south across meadow and then across marsh and terminates where it joins path 19 which leads to St. Mary's boundary and Candlet Farm.
22 FP Starts at a point leaving path 24, 40 yards from stile where this path begins and continues in an easterly direction to Capel Hall Lane then N. to junction with F.P.21.
23 FP More favourably known as Sandy Lane.
Width 6 feet - 8 feet.
24 FP Starts at a point leaving Church Lane, near Mill Pouch, and continues across field in a north easterly direction and terminates where it enters Capel Hall Road near cottages.
25 FP Starts at a point some 300 yards from where path 24 begins and continues across field due north-east and terminates where it enters Capel Hall Lane opposite to path No. 11.
26 FP Starts at the northern end of Church Lane and continues north-west along edge of cultivated land, and brow of ditch and terminates where it enters Kirton Road.
27 RB Is a continuation of path No. 30 and Gun Corner Lane RB 28 and continues to Grimston Lane.
28 FP Is a continuation of Gun Corner Lane and continues to a point at railway. Recommencing from a point thence terminates at junction of path 29 and RB 27.
29 FP Is a continuation of path No. 30 and starts at a point at railway and continues across field and terminates at junction of RB 27 and RB 28.
30 FP Starts at a point branching off path 31 about 35 yards from path No. 32 and continues across field due south thence along fencing to a point near railway; thence to a point at stairs continuing over stairs to a point. Recommencing from a point at stairs to a point.
31 FP Is a continuation of footpath leading from St. Mary known as Black Barn and continues in a westerly direction towards railway track and Lower Street, terminating where it joins path 33 at junction of path 32.
Width: Wide enough for one person to walk along.
32 FP Starts at a point on the south-west side of Felixstowe-Ipswich main road about 30 yards south of the Methodist Chapel and continues due south-west along edge of cultivated land and terminates at junction of path 31 and 33.
34 FP Starts at a point opposite Farm Cottages in Grimston Lane and continues along edge of cultivated land, and terminates where it joins path No. 27.
37 FP Is a continuation of Paths No. 31 and 33 and continues across fields to fence, and thence across second field to the corner of garden fence and then along fence and terminates where it enters Thorpe Lane.
38 FP From Bridleways 45 and 49 Trimley St Martin at Ordnance Survey grid reference TM 2556 3702 along River Wall; then from on top of the old river wall south of Sleighton Hill Trimley St Martin at OS grid reference TM25533699 running on levelled, consolidated and unobstructed ground in an arc entirely along the top of the new river wall in a generally east south easterly then south easterly and then west south westerly direction for a distance of approximately 1090 metres to the top of the old river wall at OS grid reference TM25423637; and terminates where it joins St Mary at boundary near Fleet. (The New Fleet). (to part of major path linking St. Mary - St. Martin - Stratton, Levington and Nacton.
Width: 1.5 metres from OS grid reference TM25533699 to TM25423637.
39 FP Starts at junction with path No. 1 in a N.W. direction to Little Grove then westwards to junction with path 2 by Hill Cottages to junction with unclassified road north of Woodruff Grove.
Width - 7 ft. approx.
40 FP A short section of path near Stratton Hall Drift.
41 FP From TM 27003620 in a generally westerly direction to the Trimley St. Mary parish boundary. Recommencing at Trimley St. Mary parish boundary and generally north westerly through Kiln Grove (comprising O.S. 7039) to a point at O.S. grid reference TM 26703644, then along a track for a distance of approximately 175 metres in a generally north easterly direction, to the west of the farm buildings; then from O.S. grid reference TM 26793660 in a generally westerly direction to a point by Alston Hall.
Width: 1.2 metres.
42 FP From a point abutting Grimston Lane to the east of Grimston Hall Cottages at O.S. grid reference TM 26863678 running in a south westerly direction for approximately 65 metres within the western boundary of O.S. 8768 to a point at O.S. grid reference TM 26843672 thence south-westerly within the eastern boundary of O.S. 5567 for a distance of approximately 125 metres.
Width: 1.2 metres.
43 FP Commencing on the eastern side of High Road (U3124 road) opposite Grimston Lane at grid reference 27043789 and progressing in a generally east-north-easterly direction along a natural surface path, within a grass lane, passing between the northern boundary fence lines of No. 380 High road and No. 47 Mill Close and the southern boundary fence line of field parcel No. 2302 for approximately 72 metres to a cul-de-sac of Mill Close at a point adjacent to the northern corner of no. 47 Mill Close at grid reference 27103793.
Width 1.5 metres.
44 FP Running from a point abutting Old Kirton Road Trimley St Martin at OS grid reference TM 27473773 between the curtilages of the properties known as Nos. 15 and 17 Old Kirton Road in a generally north westerly direction along a track for a distance of approximately 90 metres to a point abutting Cavendish Road Trimley St Martin at OS grid reference TM 27393776 between the curtilages of the properties known as Nos. 27 and 29 Cavendish Road.
Width of 2.5 metres.
45 BR From Ordnance Survey grid reference TM 2556 3702 proceeding along the land between the sea wall and the drain to the east in a generally southerly direction; then from a point immediately adjacent to and on the landward side of the old river wall south of Sleighton Hill Trimley St Martin at OS grid reference TM25553700 running on levelled, consolidated and unobstructed ground in an arc immediately adjacent to and on the landward side of the new river wall in a generally east south easterly then south easterly and then west south westerly direction for a distance of approximately 1110 metres to a point immediately adjacent to and on the landward side of the old river wall at OS grid reference TM25433636; continuing in a generally southerly direction to the Trimley pump at the junction with Bridleway 36 Trimley St Mary.
Width: Minimum 2.5 metres from TM 2556 3702 to TM25553700; then 3 metres from TM25553700 to TM25433636; then minimum 2.5 metres.
46 FP Commencing on the U3124 at OS grid reference TM27263765 and proceeding along a path across a grassed area in a north easterly direction for 38 metres to OS grid reference TM27293767; changing to a south easterly direction and continuing, between property boundaries, for 20 metres to OS grid reference TM27303765.
Width: 1 metre
Limitations: Gates at OS grid reference TM27263765 and OS grid reference TM27293767
47 BR Commencing at the junction with the U3319 road at OS grid reference TM28023780 and proceeding in a southerly direction along a track for 227 metres to OS grid reference TM28013757; then changing to a south-south-easterly direction for 224 metres to the Trimley St Mary parish boundary and the junction with Bridleway 40 Trimley St Mary at OS grid reference TM28113737.
Width: 2 metres
48 BR Commencing at a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TM 2638 3768 being the junction of the farm access track and the unclassified road number U3112 known as Thorpe Lane and proceeding along the farm access track in a west-south-westerly direction to Bridleway 3 Trimley St Martin.
Width: Minimum width: 2.5 metres.
Limitations: Coincident with a private means of access to be used by agricultural or other vehicular traffic.
49 BR From Bridleway 3 Trimley St Martin at Ordnance Survey grid reference TM 2555 3743 along the farm access track in a generally southerly direction; then from OS grid reference TM 25513723 running on levelled consolidated and unobstructed ground in a generally southerly direction firstly within parallel and adjacent to the western boundary of a woodland belt for a distance of approximately 20 metres to a point at OS grid reference TM25513721 and then continuing within parallel and adjacent to the western boundary of an arable field for a distance of approximately 50 metres and rejoining the track at OS grid reference TM25503716; continuing to a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TM 2549 3704 and then continuing along the farm access track in an east-south-easterly direction to a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TM 2556 3702.
Width: 2.5 metres, except 3 metres between TM 25513723 and TM25513721, and 4 metres between TM25513721 and TM25503716.
Limitations: Coincident with a private means of access to be used by agricultural or other vehicular traffic.
50 FP From Old Kirton Road northwards via overbridge.
52 FP Commencing at its junction with FP42 Trimley St Mary at the parish boundary at OSGR 6270623619 and proceeding along a natural surface track in a west north westerly direction for approximately 70 metres to a point at OSGR 62700 23620.
Width - 1.5 metres.
53 FP Commencing at its junction with the U3112 Trimley Lower Street at OSGR 6264823693 and proceeding in a northerly direction along a natural surface track on its western side for a distance of 39 metres to OSGR 6264823697 then in a north north westerly direction on the verge on the western side of the track for a distance of 652 metres to OSGR 6261823755 then continuing in a north north westerly direction for 18 metres to its junction with Bridleway 3 Trimley St Martin at OSGR 6261723757.
Width - 1.5 metres.
55 FP From the junction with Footpath 4 Trimley St Martin running in a northerly direction along the eastern boundary of O.S. 3118 for a distance of approx. 175 yards to a point situate on the eastern boundary of O.S. 2884 and thence running in a generally north westerly direction to the Stratton Hall parish boundary.
Width: 4 feet.
56 BR Commencing on Restricted Byway 28 at a point 105 metres east of the junction of Public Footpath 29 with Restricted Byway 27 and terminating at a point north-east of its commencement.
57 BR From a point at Trimley St Mary Bridleway 22 to a point at Restricted Byway 27.
58 FP Is a continuation of path no. 21 and continues west to a point at railway. Recommencing from a point at Public Footpath 29 to a point; thence to Grimston Lane, is part of path leading to Lower Street.
Width: From path no. 21 to a point at railway and from a point to Grimston Lane: Single track.