Parish Council Rights of way Report Jan 21
WN 19/101 Substantial new posts have been installed and gate has been re-hung.
WN 19/42 Entrance improved. Steps installed at the north end where path emerges onto Long Street.
WN 19/1 (Smallway Lane east) access overgrown, broken stile, no finger post. No access at junction with Frog Lane no stile or way marking. Path has been in this state for at least 7 months. ROW officer aware. Not a priority at this time.
WN 19/2 Fingerpost down.
WN 19/78 ROW officer has agreed to replace gate at southern entrance to this footpath.
WN 31/7 Tree down and foliage blocking path. ROW officer will attend to this.
WN 19/105 Restricted byway remains in deplorable state. E.mail received from Rob Coate. Paul Longman has agreed in principle to installation of bollards. Await meeting to finalise siting. Land Registry searches have revealed other interested parties.
WN 19/103 Finger post down. ROW officer aware.
WN 19/95 Bridge to be re-built.
WN19/27 Maize harvested but crop for sheep fodder sown. No path. Landowner unknown.
WN 22/16 Maize harvested but path not reinstated. Landowner unknown.
Manor Farm Route through farmyard at the end of Sleight Lane Track is confusing for walkers. PPLO and ROW officer are considering how to place waymarks more effectively.
WN 19/91 Exit to Woolston Road continues to be unofficially diverted. ROW officer aware.
Circular walks project
Display boards have been delivered. Sitings for 2 boards have been provisionally agreed with Councillor Montgomery. One outside North Cadbury Village Shop, the second on Montgomery land alongside ROW WN 19/85. Photograph of display boards and provisional plan of sitings sent to councillors.
Site suggested at Galhampton Village Hall. Village Hall Committee to agree. PPLO and Sue Seager in discussion re. siting of board on Emily Estate land at Yarlington. PPLO trying to contact owners of Stag’s Head to explore possibility of siting board outside the pub.
Routes for 8 circular walks have been finalised. Printing of large maps and individual maps to be arranged in due course.
Tim Gilbert has fixed small wooden plaques denoting the number of the footpath to many of the posts to help people to negotiate the walks.
22nd January 2021