These descriptive notes and maps show the footpaths and bridleways in Newick and are designed to help those who like walking in open country but fear they may be trespassing, since many paths are not easy to follow. Signs show where paths leave the public highways.
There is an Act covering the use of public footpaths which defines exactly how the public and landowners stand, but please remember that the goodwill of landowners and farmers is the key to easy access, and a policy of give and take the best way to keep public footpaths clear.
Observance of the following simple suggestions will do much to foster this goodwill:
East Sussex County Council provides this brilliant interactive footpaths facility.
A map of local pathways can be found here
Newick Rootz is a volunteer group working under the guidance of ESCC and supported by Newick Parish Council. The group is actively engaged in maintaining and improving public footpaths and bridleways in Newick Parish; we also look at tree planting for posterity. We repair and replace stiles and kissing gates, clear vegetation, erect fingerposts and install way-marking signs; and we enjoy ourselves whilst doing it!
For more information, please visit www.newickrootz.org.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org