We already have 140,000 miles of rights of way – isn’t this enough?

These are rights of way that have been built up over hundreds of years, an important part of our historical landscape, and once they are lost, they are lost forever. We believe it’s important to put them back on the map and not lose these rights and access that people have fought hard to secure.

By protecting these historic paths, we are safeguarding our landscape and our right to access it for the future. Many of these rights of way will also help to create a better path network, linking up other paths, completing circular routes or resolving dead ends.

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