Public Rights Of Way: Footpaths, Bridleways and Byways
For ease of reference, footpaths are for walking; bridleways for walking, horse riding and cycling; and restricted byways are for walking, cycling, horse riding and other non motorised vehicles.
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Problems with Rights of Way
It is Hampshire County Council's legal duty for recording, signing and maintaining public Rights of Way.
Hampshire County Council has limited reserves, therefore clearance of five nominated Rights of Way are carried out in the Parish once a year. Routine clearance is carried out by the Parish Council's Grounds Maintenance Contractor.
Problems found with any Rights of Way, should be reported to Hampshire County Council.
Landowners, including those residential properties bordering Rights of Way, must refrain from obstructing rights of way. They are responsible for keeping side growth back and any overhanging vegetation from encroaching onto paths. Maintenance of stiles and gates is also the responsibility of the landowner, but Hampshire County Council will check that they are safe and easy to use. There is no obligation on a landowner to make allowance for dogs that get through stiles.
Salisbury Road Permissive Path
Members of the public are allowed to use the permissive path which runs from opposite the Garden Centre to the A303 road bridge, along the edge of the field. Walkers are not permitted to use the field as a circular route. (See plan of the permitted route below).