A right of way is a path that anyone has the legal right to use on foot and sometimes using other forms of transport public footpaths are normally open only to walkers public bridleways are open to walkers horse riders and cyclists. Definitive maps are a legal record of public rights of way in 4 categories footpaths bridleways restricted byways byways open to all traffic keep public rights of way clear of obstructions. Find out where the public rights of way are in leeds where access rights right to roam apply and how we are improving the public rights of way network within leeds there are 819km of rights of. Rights of way footpaths the parish of east coker is privileged to contain a large number of footpaths bridleways and byways available for the enjoyment of parishioners and visitors the paths join local villages together and give unprecedented views over the surrounding countryside including the rolling hills of north dorset an official area of natural beauty
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