River Ant/Honing Lock circular walk not well signed
Reported in the Footpaths/ Rights of way (usually not tarmac) category anonymously at 16:36, Thu 27 September 2018
Sent to Norfolk County Council 4 minutes later
Circular walk via Weavers' Way, Honing Lock to East Ruston becoming impassable near new pod camping site close to Tonnage Bridge - new fence looks like it's going in close to river and footpath side is overgrown. Also unclear from both directions how to join footpath adjacent to said bridge. (had to walk through pod driveway). Also if coming from the East Ruston direction there is no sign on the Weavers' Way directing you across fields to Tonnage Bridge.
I have sent the following message to Norfolk C.C. on behalf of the Open Spaces Society:
"The content of this report is a matter of concern, and the county council us urged to follow it up promptly.
"With regard to the southern sections of Dilham F.P. 7, running past the new pod camp site, where it is reported that a new fence is being erected close to the river: it is imperative that the legal width of the path is carefully considered, to guard against any encroachment. The definitive statement describes the path as running along the tow-path. In addition, it should be noted that the path, where it runs alongside what has recently become the pod camp site, has long been unfenced meadow, with a wide swathe open and available to public path users."
Posted anonymously at 18:09, Sat 27 October 2018
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