Unblocking the bridleway

Unblocking bridleway
The bridleway by the South Town Field between Four Acres Corner and the Shepherd & Dog has been temporarily blocked. A load of sub-soil was tipped in the wrong place and is currently being cleared. Paul from Thatchly offers his apologies to any riders and walkers who have been inconvenienced and says that it will be sorted out very soon.

Repairs to the entrance to Preston Nomads

Preston Nomads entrance
The entrance to Preston Nomads CC is scheduled to be repaired on 22nd and 23rd November. This means that the residents’ parking area and footpath/bridleway won’t be accessible on those days. PNCC and their contractors will try and get this essential work done with minimum inconvenience. If you have any further queries please contact Martin Glover at martinpncc@gmail.com

Footpaths needing attention

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Sue Philipson, our local Access Ranger, will be carrying out Public Rights of Ways inspections next month. Following these inspections, routine maintenance work will be organised.

If you know of any issues or work that needs doing, please contact West Sussex Public Rights of Way by the end of June via the following email address: prow@westsussex.gov.uk. Please copy in the Parish Council for our records (parishclerk@fulking.net).

Path numbers can be found on the West Sussex website and you may need to refer to the ‘How to use the iMap’ for this. Both the map and the guide can be found here: www.westsussex.gov.uk/imap.

Bridleway closure [again]

Bridleway 5/3F closure
The bridleway connecting the Poynings Road (The Deans) to Clappers Lane (Preston Nomads) is closed for yet more surfacing work between 13th June and 4th July.

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Correction 10th June: it turns out that the reason WSCC is so keen that you not read, copy, or display the public notices that they distribute to parish councils is that some of them are complete tosh. As this one is. Ignore it.

Footpaths needing attention

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The Parish Council has been advised that our local Access Ranger will be arranging Public Rights of Ways inspections next month. Following these inspections, routine maintenance work will be organised.

If anyone is aware of any issues or work that needs doing, please contact West Sussex Public Rights of Way by the end of March via the following email address: prow@westsussex.gov.uk. Please copy in the Parish Council for our records (parishclerk@fulking.net).

Path numbers can be found on the iMap on the West Sussex website and you may find it useful to refer to the ‘how to use the iMap’ for this. Both the map and the guide can be found via the following link: www.westsussex.gov.uk/imap.

Kate Watson