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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Bardwell Parish (West Suffolk, Suffolk)

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No. Type Description
1 FP The Church — Spring Road
From a gate in the N corner of Churchyard N beside a hedge and allotments until joining the road, between Council Houses and Mill. Recommences on opposite side of road on the W side of the School and continues N to a K G on a cart track shown as OS 144, and then running generally north-east along the southern boundary of OS Field No. 142 for a distance of approximately 144 yards to a gate on the western side of Spring Road.
Width: 4 feet for last 144 yards approximately.
4 FP Commencing approximately 60 metres west of the Church of St Peter and St Paul on the western side of Church Road (U6429) at a farm gate at grid reference TL 94047362 and proceeding through the gateway in a general west southwesterly direction down a slope and over arable field parcel No. 0060 for approximately 132 metres to grid reference TL 93917358: changing to a generally westerly direction and continuing over the same field for approximately 48 metres to join the eastern bank of the Blackbourne River at grid reference TL 93867358; crossing the river in the same direction and following the northern side of a hedgerow over meadowland field parcel Nos. 8565 and 7264 for approximately 125 metres to grid reference TL 93747361; changing to a general west northwesterly direction across meadowland field parcel No. 7264 and passing to the north of Place Cottage, crossing the driveway thereof and continuing across the same meadowland parcel for approximately 128 metres to joing the southern side of the Ixworth Thorpe Road (U6428) at grid reference TL 93637367, having a total distance of approximately 433 metres.
Width:
As shown on the Ordnance Survey Map Second Edition 1904 1:2500 scale and having a minimum width of 1.5 metres between grid references TL 94047362 and TL 93907358; a minimum width of 6 metres and a maximum width of 8 metres between grid references TL 93907358 and TL 93867358; having a minimum width of 1.5 metres between grid references TL 93867358 and TL 93637367.
5 BY Commencing at the Walsham-le-Willows parish boundary at a point at OS grid reference TL98437103 and proceeding in a west-north-westerly direction along a track known as Postern Lane up an incline in the form of a sunken lane with Walsham-le-Willows parish boundary to the south within OS plot no. 2314 for 60 metres to a point at OS grid reference TL98387107 adjacent to the concrete track leading to Potash Farm; changing to a natural surface track within a grass sunken lane and continuing in the same direction up the incline with the Walsham-le-Willows parish boundary to the south for 405 metres to the junction of RUPPs 12 and 13 Stanton at a point at OS grid reference TL98047127.
Width: minimum 4 metres maximum 24 metres
7 FP Commencing at the eastern gate post of St Peter and St Paul's Churchyard at a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TL94147364 and progressing in a general east-north-easterlt direction along a tarmacadam path, passing between iron railing fence of the churchyard to the north, and the boundary fence of the Guildhall and Croft Green to the south for approximately 57 metres to a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TL94197367, continuing in the same direction along a tarmacadam path across Croft Green for approximately 83 metres to the estate road at a point at Ordnance Survey grid referenceTL49267371, continuing in generally the same direction to the estate road, recommencing on the other side of the estate road along a tarmacadam path, passing between boundary fencelines of ptoperties for approximately 36 metres to a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TL94297372, then changing to a north-north-eastely direction, passing between boundary fencelines of properties for approximately 11 metres to a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TL94307373, changing to an east-north-easterly direction and continuing along a tarmacadam path passing between the boundaries of Laurel House to the north and Croft Works and The Chestnuts to the south for a distance of 119 metres to join the western side of Up Street (C642) at a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TL94417378.
Width : Between Ordnance Survey grid references TL94147364 and TL94197367, a 1.5 metre surfaced path next to the churchyard railings.
Between Ordnance Survey gird references TL94197367 and TL94307373, a 3 metre surfaced path across the Croft.
Between Ordnance Survey grid references TL94307373 and TL94417378, a 1.5 metre surfaced path.
8 FP Commencing at the eastern gate post of St Peter and St Paul's Churchyard at a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TL94147364 and progressing generally west-south-westerly direction into the churchyard along a stony path for approximately 3 metres, then changing to a north-north-westerly direction along a stony path passing through the churchyard, between trees, for approximately 30 metres to the northern gate of the churchyard to join Footpath 1 at a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TL94137367.
Width : As shown by the boundaries on the Ordnance Survey Sheet (1975) TL94739573 Scale 1:2500 being the minimum of 1 metre and a maximum of 2 metres.
9 FP Commencing at the eastern gate post of St Peter and St Paul's Churchyard at a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TL94147364 and progressing in a south-westerly direction into the chruchyard along a stony track, passing down a slope and along the southern side of the church for 50 metres to a point adjacent to the southern door at Ordnance Survey grid reference TL94117360 then changing to a southerly direction along a stony track continuing trough the churchyard and down a slope for a distance of 28 metres to the southern gate of the churchyard to join the U6429 at a point at Ordnance Survey grid reference TL94107358.
Width : As shown by the boundaries on the Ordnance Survey Sheet (1975) TL94739573 Scale 1:2500
Between Ordnance Survey grid references TL94147364 and TL94137363, as shown between the double pecked lines and the eastern corner of the church, being a minimum of 4 metres and a maximum of 5 metres.
Between Ordnance Survey grid references TL94137363 and TL94117361, being a minimum of 3 metres and a maximum of 4 metres.
Between Ordnance Survey grid references TL94117361 and TL94107358 (the churchgate), being 3 metres.
10 BY Commencing at the Euston parish boundary and the junction with Byway 3 Euston at grid reference TL93437731 as a grassy tree-lined lane known as Wood Lane and curving in a generally northerly direction to follow the eastern edge of Fakenham Wood within field parcel no.4261; continuing for approximately 558 metres to pass the eastern end of the New Ride track at grid reference TL93447791, and continuing in a generally northerly direction through field parcel no.4495 for approximately 83 metres to grid reference TL93447800; then progressing within field parcel no.4324 in the same general direction along the eastern edge of Fakenham Wood for a distance of 310 metres to grid reference TL93437832; then curving gently in a generally north-north-easterly direction alongside the wood for approximately 130 metres to the Euston parish boundary and the junction with Byway 4 Euston at grid reference TL93457845 (total distance 1081 metres).
Width: TL93437732 - TL93427750: 9 metres measured from the eastern boundary of Wood Lane TL93427750 - TL93457845: minimum 9 metres maximum 17 metres
11 RB From Stanton parish boundary to Ordnance Survey grid reference TL97077140 then in a generally westerly direction along the field edge for approximately 180 metres to a track at Ordnance Survey grid reference TL96907142 then in a westerly direction along the track for approximately 180 metres to Ordnance Survey grid reference TL96717144 then in a northerly direction along the track for approximately 140 metres to Ordnance Survey grid reference TL96737158 then in a north westerly direction along the track to the Stanton parish boundary.
Width: 4 metres