Footpaths in the Parish

ROTHERFIELD PARISH FOOTPATHS AND RIGHTS OF WAY INFORMATION

 A few years ago a series of leaflets were published giving details of circular walks in the Parish.  Paper copies are now in short supply but scans of these leaflets may be accessed by clicking on the links below.  Listed are the distances involved and the start/finish points for the walks.

 Please note:

  • These are quite large files and may take a while to download.
  • Increasing the % in the Adobe toolbar to 50% or above will make the leaflets easier to read.
  • Through the kindness of a reader the lack of a "Route 6" leaflet has been explained.  The Eridge Walk 7 forms part of a separate series of leaflets covering other areas of East Sussex, there only ever were 5 produced for Rotherfield as part of a separate initiative.  Rotherfield Walk 28 has been added to this list from East Sussex series.

 

Rotherfield Route 1
Rotherfield Route 2
Rotherfield Route 3
Rotherfield Route 4
Rotherfield Route 5
Eridge Route 7
Rotherfield Route 28
Distance 7 miles/11 kms
Distance 8 miles/13 kms
Distance 3 miles/5 kms
Distance 4.5 miles/7 kms
Distance 8.5 miles/14 kms
Distance 5.5 miles/9kms
Distance 5.5 miles/8.5 kms
Rotherfield Village Centre
Mark Cross Millennium Green Car Park
Rotherfield Car Park, Station Road
Eridge Station Car Park
Crowborough Station
Eridge Station
Crowbrough Station

Rights of Way Map from Parish Guide 2004 - This is a large file and may take a while to load

 

FOOTPATH BENCHES

As part of the Rotherfield Community Tourism Initiative a few years ago a number of simple "3 pieces of wood" style benches were installed alongside some of the Parish footpaths.  The approximate locations and footpath references are:-

 

FP63  Eridge Station
FP18 Steep Hill 
FP79  Renhurst Farm  
FP70  Stonehouse
FP36 Stile House 
BW73 Chant Lane
FP43  Catts Hill
BW45 Hoth Wood  
BW8  Inchreed Farm
FP12(2) Sandhill
FP49 Little Millhole
FP50 Copyhold Farm


EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL ON LINE RIGHTS OF WAY MAP

This may be accessed via this link:-

East Sussex Rights of Way Map

You may zoom in to show fine detail and by clicking on to an individual route the number is shown.  Bridges, stiles and gates are also shown, by clicking on them their individual reference will appear which will assist in reporting damage.

Please note that, from experience of use, a little practice and patience is required before details appear!