Improving Public Rights of Way

Following our first survey of all the footpaths and bridleways in the Parish (there are 27!) we’ve set up a group which will check each path a couple of times a year to identify issues such as fallen branches, overgrown vegetation or missing signage. The group will be able to fix minor problems or liaise with NCC’s Countryside Officer for more significant issues. We’re also hoping to create several leaflets outlining circular walks in and around the parish. If you spot a problem with a footpath or bridleway you can report it to or if you’d like to get involved contact

You can find details of public rights of way in and around the parish by exploring the Public Rights of Way map produced by Northumberland County Council.