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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Tunstall 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 Commonly known as "Through the light", starting from the road leading to Blaxhall opposite to the Light Groves, and terminating on to Ashe Road leading to station, opposite park leading to Ashe High House.
Width: Previously about 18" average width.
2 BR From opposite "Geaters" Farm to Blaxhall Heath. Parish boundary near Scarecrow's Covert.
3 FP Commencing at a junction with Restricted Byway 3 at Ordnance Survey Grid Reference (OSGR) 63755,25508 and progressing in a south-westerly direction for 177 metres to a junction with Restricted Byway 9 at OSGR 63746,25493; changing to a westerly direction for 42 metres to a junction with the B1078 at OSGR 63742,25493
Width: Varying between a minimum of 2.5 metres and a maximum of 4.5 metres. (As shown between the boundary lines on the 1904 County Series 2, 1 :2500 scale, Ordnance Survey Mapping, sheet number 68/4).
3X RB Commencing at a junction with the B 1069 (10 metres south west of its junction with the U3801) at Ordnance Survey Grid Reference (OSGR) 63757,25613 and progressing in a generally southerly direction for 737 metres to OSGR 63750,25541; at this point a spur runs due west for 243 metres to a junction with the U3812 at OSGR 63725,25540; the main route continues south for 327 metres to a junction with Footpath 3 at OSGR 63755,25508; continuing south for 124 metres and crossing Footpath 4 at OSGR 63757,25496; continuing south for 25 metres and crossing Restricted Byway 9 at OSGR 63757,25494; continuing for 69 metres to OSGR 63758,25487 and changing to a south south-westerly direction for 41 metres to a junction with the B1078 at OSGR 63757,25483.
Width: Varying between a minimum of 2 metres and a maximum of 7 metres. (As shown between the boundary lines on the 1882/3 County Series 1, 1:2500 scale, Ordnance Survey Mapping, sheet numbers 59/16 & 68/4).
4 FP From Tunstall Common along rides in the forest to Iken and Tunstall Road.
5 FP From junction of roads at Tunstall Lodge north-westwards to the Iken road.
6 FP From Iken to Snape Road past the Bridge House, across field and marshes to Iken Cliff.
7 RB Commencing at Heath Cottages and a junction with Footpaths 5 and 8 and Restricted Byway 9 at Ordnance Survey Grid Reference (OSGR) 63909,25500; continuing east for 720 metres to the Iken parish boundary and a junction with Iken Restricted Byway 3 at OSGR 63980,25497.
Width: Varying between a minimum of 2 metres and a maximum of 3.5 metres. (As shown between the boundary lines on the 1904 County Series 2, 1:2500 scale, Ordnance Survey Mapping, sheet number 69/1).
8 FP From Tunstall Lodge in a S.E. direction through the forest to the parish boundary.
9 RB Commencing at a junction with the B1078 at Ordnance Survey Grid Reference (OSGR) 63745,25491 and progressing in a north-easterly direction for 24 metres to a junction with Footpath 3 at OSGR 63746,25493; changing to an easterly direction for 50 metres to a junction with Footpath 4 at OSGR 63751,25493; continuing for 60 metres to a junction with Restricted Byway 3 at OSGR 63757,25494; continuing for 1,520 metres to Heath Cottages and a junction with Footpaths 5 and 8 and Restricted Byway 7 at OSGR 63909,25500.
Width: Varying between a minimum of 2 metres and a maximum of 5.5 metres. (As shown between the boundary lines on the 1904 County Series 2, 1:2500 scale, Ordnance Survey Mapping, sheet numbers 68/4 & 69/1).
10 BR From Tunstall Common Orford Road southwards to Walk Barn (Chillesford Lane).
12 BR Continuation of No. 10 from Walk Barn to Chillesford parish boundary.
15 FP From a point on the eastern side of the B 1069 Tunstall to Snape Road and running in a north easterly direction along the western boundary of O.S. 7247 for a distance of approximately 36 metres to a point on the north western corner of O.S. 7247 and then in a south easterly direction along the northern boundaries of O.S. 7247, O.S. 8340 and O.S. 0346 for a distance of approximately 451 metres to a point on the western side of the U 3812 road adjoining the western boundary of the U 3812 approximately 91 metres north of Walk Farm.
17 FP From Orford Road along lane by the public meadow to its junction with FP 17A Tunstall at a point in the south western corner of O.S. 2200.
17A FP Continuation of No. 17 from Orford Road to road from White House to Doggers Grove No. 20.
18 FP Continuation of path No. 20 near Doggers Grove.
20 FP Road from White House, Woodbridge Road via Millers Wood to Doggers Grove at the parish boundary.
21 FP From Main Road at Ivy Lodge to Potash Cottages, thence across field to join path No. 23.
22 FP From Woodbridge Road to parish boundary and on to Ashe Green Road to serve Potash Cottages from the village.
23 FP From Woodbridge Road to parish boundary and on to Ashe Green Road to serve Potash Cottages from the village.
24 FP From Browns Farm, Woodbridge Road to parish boundary and to Rushground Cottages. Part road and footpath.
25 FP From the Snape Road (C.65) in a generally westerly direction along the northern boundary of Ordnance Survey Field No. 294 for a distance of 283 yards to a point at the junction with the Blaxhall Road (U3813) at the north-western corner of O.S. 294.
26 FP From Orford Road to Snape Road through St. Michael's Churchyard.
Width on an average about 2 ft. 6 ins. But overgrown with weeds.
27 FP Footpath from Snape Road opposite Glebe Farm along the allotments across corner of fields to Old Bark Road which joins the Blaxhall Road..
28 FP From top end of allotments (No. 27) along south end of field across Blaxhall Road terminating with road adjoining Light Grove.
Width: Just wide enough to walk upon.
29 FP Footpath leading from No. 1 footpath to Blaxhall Road at Ivy Cottages.
Width: Ordinary width for walking.
30 FP Footpath from No. 1 footpath along the west side of Debney Grove to Stone Farm, Blaxhall.
31 FP From Snape Maltings along the river wall to Iken Cliff.
32 FP From Albion Cottage to Rimple Hill.
33 BR From Tunstall-Blaxhall road north-westwards to parish boundary at junction with Blaxhall 19
36 RB Commencing at Blaxhall parish boundary and a junction with Blaxhall Restricted Byway 43 at
Ordnance Survey Grid Reference (OSGR) 63769,25666 and continuing in a south south-westerly direction for 491 metres to the B1069 at OSGR 63760,25618.
Width: Varying between a minimum of 5 metres and a maximum of 9 metres. (As shown between the boundary lines on the 1883 County Series 1, 1 :2500 scale, Ordnance Survey Mapping, sheet number 59/16).