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Is there anywhere (online preferably) that I could find a map of all the footpaths in the Bradfield Parish Council district? They all have numbers and ideally I'd like a map that shows the numbers.

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It would probably be simpler to go to Stannington Library or Bradfield Parish Council offices and pick up a free pack of maps.  

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Go to https://www.rowmaps.com/

 

Type in Bradfield and Sheffield into the boxes, then click on OS map. The footpaths will be shown as red, put th e cursor over the path you want and it will show the number. BRAD#3 or similar.

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5 minutes ago, Cyclecar said:

Go to https://www.rowmaps.com/

 

Type in Bradfield and Sheffield into the boxes, then click on OS map. The footpaths will be shown as red, put th e cursor over the path you want and it will show the number. BRAD#3 or similar.

That's brilliant. Thanks for posting.

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28 minutes ago, Cyclecar said:

Go to https://www.rowmaps.com/

 

Type in Bradfield and Sheffield into the boxes, then click on OS map. The footpaths will be shown as red, put th e cursor over the path you want and it will show the number. BRAD#3 or similar.

Thanks!

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Very nice site, if you haven't found it already bottom right little square you can click and hold and pull the frame larger.

 

As it says they are for information only so don't be one of those obnoxious ramblers that insist on walking through someones rose bed because its on the map, sometimes there is an alternative although unofficial path ie. around someones property rather than through it.

Farmers have it rough with vandalism and agricultural theft so understandably tetchy about strangers on their property, running away from a pursuing bull mastiff is good exercise but really not recommended.     .... 🐶  ......  :help:....l.....   :wave:   careful now.

 

It still shows the footpath from Penistone Road to Claywheels lane but Hagues had  the council officially remove that one so there will no doubt be others.

 

There's plenty of good ones  there so use them or loose them.

Edited by Arthur Ritus

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On 28/05/2019 at 10:03, Arthur Ritus said:

Very nice site, if you haven't found it already bottom right little square you can click and hold and pull the frame larger.

 

As it says they are for information only so don't be one of those obnoxious ramblers that insist on walking through someones rose bed because its on the map, sometimes there is an alternative although unofficial path ie. around someones property rather than through it.

Farmers have it rough with vandalism and agricultural theft so understandably tetchy about strangers on their property, running away from a pursuing bull mastiff is good exercise but really not recommended.     .... 🐶  ......  :help:....l.....   :wave:   careful now.

 

It still shows the footpath from Penistone Road to Claywheels lane but Hagues had  the council officially remove that one so there will no doubt be others.

 

There's plenty of good ones  there so use them or loose them.

And if the footpath you're following runs through someone's private property, PLEASE clean up after your dog, and keep it on a lead!

 

I love seeing walkers come through ours but can't stand the occasional 'presents' left behind. 

 

I don't go in to their gardens and let my dog run around and poop there after all!

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