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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Tuddenham St Martin Parish (East Suffolk, Suffolk)

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No. Type Description
1 BR Commencing at the junction of bridleway 15 and footpath 1A on the northern side of the railway bridge and cutting at grid reference TM 18974729; proceeding along a hard core track in a general southerly direction across the railway bridge and cutting, curving in a general south-south-westerly direction in the
form of a hedge lined lane for approximately 130 metres to join footpath 1B at grid reference TM 18924716; then changing to a general south-south-easterly direction, continuing as a hedge lined lane for approximately 40 metres to grid reference TM 18934712; then changing to a generally south-south-westerly direction and continuing as a hedge lined lane for approximately 170 metres to meet the Rushmere St Andrew parish boundary and northern end of the U3327 road at grid reference TM 18884696: Total length approximately 340 metres.
Width: As shown between the boundary lines on the Ordnance Survey Map (1927) Edition 1:2500 Scale as having a minimum width of five metres and a maximum width of nine metres.
1A FP Commencing at the junction of bridleway 1 and bridleway 15 on the northern side of the railway bridge and cutting at grid reference TM 18974729; passing over a stile and proceeding along a grass track in a general north-westerly direction, down the slope and then up an incline across arable field parcel no. 9136 for approximately 150 metres to the south-western corner of arable field parcel no. 0763 at grid reference TM 18884741; then changing to a general north-north-westerly direction up an incline along the western edge of the same field and following the eastern side of a hedgerow, passing the western side of a belt of conifer trees for approximately 235 metres to grid reference TM 18804763; then continuing in the same direction on level ground along the eastern edge of arable field parcel no. 7070 for approximately 152 metres to the north-eastern corner of the same field at grid reference TM 18764778; then changing to a general north-westerly direction and passing through a spinney for approximately 20 metres to connect to the tarmacadam access track leading to Sunny Farm at grid reference TM 18754779; then continuing in the same direction along the tarmacadam and then hard core track, in the form of a hedge, tree and fence lined lane passing between the properties known as Old Glebe House and The Gables for approximately 150 metres to join the eastern side of the Tuddenham Road (C332) at grid reference TM 18654790. Total length approximately 707 metres.
Width: As shown between the boundary lines on the Ordnance Survey (1927) Edition 1:2500 Scale as having a minimum width of having two metres throughout.
1B FP Commencing at grid reference TM 18924716 at a point on bridleway 1 and proceeding as a natural surface track in a general westerly direction in the form of a hedge lined lane to a gateway; continuing in the same direction in the form of a hedge and fence lined lane for approximately 50 metres to grid reference TM 18874716; then changing to a general west-north-westerly direction in the form of a hedge and fence lined lane for approximately 35 metres to grid reference TM 18844718; then changing to a general westerly direction along a hard core track and passing between the outbuildings of Lacy's Farm and through an open farm gate, passing to the north of the property known as Meadow Barn and through another open gate, passing to the north of Allens Farm and pond for approximately 160 metres to join the Ipswich borough boundary at a hedgerow on the eastern edge of field parcel no. 5000 at grid reference TM 18694715. Total length approximately 245 metres.
Width: A minimum of 2 metres throughout.
2 BR Commencing from a bend on the southern side of the Tuddenham Road (C332) at grid reference TM 19174830 and proceeding along a hard core track known as Green Lane, in a general south south easterly direction, down a slope in the form of a hedge lined lane for approximately 185 metres to grid reference TM 19254813; then changing to a general southerly direction and continuing down the slope for approximately 110 metres to grid reference TM 19254802; then changing to a general south westerly direction, continuing down the slope for approximately 135 metres to grid reference TM 19154793; at this point changing to a general south south easterly direction and proceeding up an incline and then along level ground for approximately 270 metres to grid reference TM 19244767 (adjacent to the track leading off to the Tuddenham Pumping Station); then changing to a general south westerly direction on level ground and then down a slope for approximately 185 metres to grid reference TM 19114754; then changing to a general south south easterly direction, down a slope and then up an incline for approximately 65 metres to the junction of bridleway 15 and footpath 2A at grid reference TM 19144748, and having a total distance of approximately 950 metres.
Width: As shown between the boundary lines on the Ordnance Survey Map (1927) Edition 1:2500 Scale as having a minimum width of 4 metres and a maximum width of 10 metres.
2A FP Commencing at the junction of bridleways 2 and 15 at grid reference TM 19144748 and passing through a gap alongside a steel farm gate; proceeding along a natural surface path down a slope in a general east-north-easterly direction along the northern side of spinney field parcel no.2046, across field parcel no. 3167 to follow the northern side of a post and rail fence and the southern edge of the same field; crossing over the track leading to the Tuddenham Pumping Station and following the northern side of the perimeter fence of the Pumping Station; then across field parcel no. 4971 for approximately 440 metres to join footpath no. 4 at a point approximately 5 metres south-west of Rosemary Bridge at grid reference TM 19514771.
Width: As shown between the boundary lines on the Ordnance Survey map (1927) Edition 1:2500 Scale as having a minimum width of 2.5 metres throughout.
3 FP From top of Tuddenham Hill down back of Church to Church Farm entrance.
Width: Only footpath width.
4 FP From Faintain Inn by river Finn to Rosemary Bridge, across meadow to Rushmere Parish boundary.
5 FP From unclassified road (Mill Lane) leading from Fountain Inn near old allotments - turn south and south-east down Donkey's Lane as far as sandpit Farm - carry straight on eastwards Playford or turn north and west through gateway hence by lane from Sandpit Farm to Hill Farm.
Width: Approx. 10 ft.
6 FP A short footpath connecting Rosemary Bridge to Donkey Lane, Sandpit Farm end.
7 FP From top of Hill Farm Lane junction with No. 5 - footpath runs due east to Playford Parish boundary.
8 FP From Tuddenham Road nearly opposite Vicarage to Millers Farm (shown on map as Poplar Farm) Westerfield Lane; then from the northern side of Westerfield Lane and running in a generally north westerly direction through O.S. 3826 for a distance of approximately 70 yards; and thence across country towards Swans Nest, Westerfield, terminating on the Westerfield parish boundary.
Width: 4 feet for 70 yards after Westerfield Lane.
10 FP From Fountain Inn by left side of river to Witnesham parish boundary (cart track).
12 FP From Clopton Road westwards to the parish boundary with Witnesham.
13 FP From Clopton Road eastwards to the parish boundary Grundisburgh.
15 BR Commencing at the junction of bridleway 2 and footpath 2A at grid reference TM 1914478 and proceeding along a hard core track in a general south-south-easterly direction, up an incline in the form of a hedge lined sunken lane for approximately 105 metres to grid reference TM 19174738; then changing to a general west-south-westerly direction, continuing up a slight incline in the form of a hedge lined sunken lane for approximately 225 metres to the junction of bridleway 1 and footpath 1A on the northern side of the railway bridge and cutting at grid reference TM 18974729. Total length approximately 330 metres.
Width: As shown between the boundary lines shown on the Ordnance Survey Map (1927) Edition 1:2500 Scale as having a minimum width of five metres and a maximum width of nine metres.
15A FP Commencing at grid reference TM 19154737, a point on bridleway 15 approximately 20 metres south-west of a bend and proceeding from a gap in the hedgerow (marked by two steel poles) in a general south-south-easterly direction across field parcel no.3243 for approximately 95 metres to a stile at the northern side of the railway cutting at grid reference TM 19194728; changing to a southerly direction down a hand railed set of steps across a set of sleepers, over the railway lines, up a hand railed set of steps to another stile and then up an incline across arable field parcel no. 9400 for approximately 80 metres to the Rushmere St Andrew parish boundary to connect with Rushmere St Andrew footpath 9 at grid reference TM 19194721. Total length approximately 175 metres.
Width: As shown between the boundary lines on the Ordnance Survey Map (1927) Edition 1:2500 Scale as having a minimum width of two metres.
16 FP From Sycamore Farm to Whitehouse Farm.
17 FP Commencing at the Ipswich Borough boundary at Ordnance Survey grid reference (OSGR) TM18644723 and proceeding along a concrete track in an east-north-easterly direction for 38 metres, changing to a southerly direction at OSGR TM18674724, for 93 metres to join FP1B Tuddenham St Martin at OSGR TM18694715.
Width: 2 metres