Wickhamford is fortunate in having several options for walks or horse rides away from the roads and these are largely waymarked, though some signs can be tucked in hedges and at changes of direction where the path is not well worn you may need the help of a map.

For information on these paths follow this link to Public Rights of Way on the County Council website.

This will take you to various options such as reporting on an issue (if you want to let them know about a broken sign or something blocking the way). Press now public rights of way interactive map and this will show you all the public footpaths in the area with their reference numbers once you zoom in.

The scale of the map can be enlarged but if you want to see the continuation of paths in adjoining Counties (Gloucestershire and Warwickshire) these only show up at the smaller scales though this is quite adequate for most purposes. The footpaths are shown by a pink broken line and the bridleways a green line.

We understand that pedal cycling is permitted on the bridleways but in my experience that does not mean that they are particularly suitable for this.

Most paths in our local area have gates rather than stiles which makes it easier for large dogs and walkers who have difficulty climbing. We have sited dog waste bins close to footpath beginnings and ends so if you are walking a dog, please use these and keep the paths clean for other users.