are 26 footpaths and bridle paths in the parish.
most have fallen into dissrepair and currently there is only one
that is fully passable.
all those footpaths are still rights of way, there is little signage
and anyone walking those paths should be aware of such dangers
as boggy patches. missing stiles and bridges, barbed wire etc.
all information on rights of way - what it means and what it allows
you to do etc. the Rights Of Way Act 2000 covers it all.
The full document is available to view via the links below.
The act is explained in simple terms on the page on the DEFRA
Future of the Footpaths
footpaths to a fully usable state is a project in itself.
The project invloves volunteers working with Cornwall County Council
Rangers and other groups.
Grants are available so the cost will be minimal.
task is under way and is being organised by Liz Gregory.
will be posted here.
wanting more information or who would like to be involved or just
has something to relate:
Liz Gregory by email or telephone 01840
wishing anything to be included on this site please contact
can also be regenerated as part of a Parish
following website gives information on the current state of specific
rights of way
below for links to more information on footpaths
matters concerning maintenance and upkeep of public rights of way
/ footpaths atc. are the responsibility of Cornawall County Council.
County Council Information is available via it's website:
County Council Path
Maintenance and Protection
The Senior Countryside Officer for CCC,
Rachel Young, can be contacted at:
biggest walking charity. Working for over 70 years to promote
walking and to improve conditions for everyone who walks in England,
Scotland and Wales.
of information on their website: www.ramblers.org.uk
The Cornwall Ramblers website: www.racornwall.org.uk
local group is The Camel Ramblers who are responsible
for organisation of the Ramblers in North Cornwall.
information contact Ray Curtis-Clarke (walks secretary and membership
secretary) on 01208 812483
visit the local website: www.racamelgroup.org.uk
for details of walks and lots more
and Rights of Way Act 2000
of Way Act 2000
Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
to open countryside: Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000