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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Thornham Parva Parish (Mid Suffolk, Suffolk)

Information provided by Suffolk County Council, under the Open Government Licence (v3). Current Statement information from 2021‑10‑12. 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 the southern end of Earlsford Road near the Parish boundary with Mellis in a south westerly direction terminating on the Parish boundary approximately 300 yds. north east of Little Chapel Farm.
2 FP From Cock Barn, Yaxley, to road opposite Chapel Farm Road.
3 FP Howe Lane. Commencing on the unclassified road east of St Mary's Church in a general north westerly direction.
4 FP From Chapel Lane east of Little Chapel Farm, northwards to join path No. 1.
5 FP From Chapel Lane east of Little Chapel Farm and path No. 4 northwards to join path No. 1.
6 BY Commencing at Byway 11 at the Mellis parish boundary at Ordnance Survey British National Grid reference (OSBNG ref.) 609,771mE273,187mN and progressing along a grass track, hedged and ditched on both boundaries, for 113 metres to a point at OSBNG ref. 609,861mE273,117mE; continuing on a metalled track for 116 metres, passing initially to the east of Locks Cottage and then to the west of a farm building, joining the U5431 at OSBNG ref. 609,947mE273,038mN; continuing on a partially metalled/dirt track, initially ditched and then wooded on the eastern boundary with woodland strip to the west for 331 metres joining Footpath 3 (Howe Lane) at OSBNG ref. 610,190mE272,815mN; continuing for 155 metres, passing to the west of Park Lane Cottage to a point adjacent to the Thornham Magna parish boundary at OSBNG ref. 610,268mE272,681mN; continuing for 331 metres, generally wooded on both boundaries, to a point at OSBNG ref. 610,439mE272,403mN still adjacent to the parish boundary with Thornham Magna.
Width: As shown by the boundaries on OS county series map edition of 1886 scale 1:2500, sheet 36/1, varying between a minimum of 6 metres and a maximum of 24 metres between OSBNG refs 609,771mE273,187mN and 610,268mE272,681mN As shown by the parish and fi