No signpost for the path.
Reported in the Footpaths/ Rights of way (usually not tarmac) category anonymously at 17:19, Mon 27 August 2018
Sent to Norfolk County Council 1 minute later
Ludham FP 10 at grid ref: TG 3735 1802. At grid ref: TG 3735 1802, Ludham FP 10 leaves the end of the metalled section of Clint Street, in two directions. The path needs to be signposted both ways, at this location. Northwards, the path goes through Limes Farm, where there are currently gates, giving it a very "private" appearance, in the absence of any official signage for the public path. The attached photograph shows this point. A signpost is particularly needed here, to assist and assure persons unfamiliar with the locality by clearly indicating where the path goes. Photos are attached to show the site of the unsigned path, and the metalled nature of the surface of the road here. This was first reported to Norfolk CC on 11th January 2017, NCC ref: ENQ: 0245835.
(Norfolk County Council Reference: 271528)
All three photos were taken on 3.11.18 The path has now been signposted - but with obscurely placed tack signs, instead of the normal finger post, as per other public paths in the area where they leave metalled roads. WHY???
The first photo is a close-up if the signage. The middle photo is the approach from the west - the sign is not actually visible from this direction. The view on approach from the east is hardly better (third attached photo).
Posted anonymously at 19:25, Sat 3 November 2018
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