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Open Access Land near Stratford sub Castle

There is 'Open Access Land' within walking distance of Stratford sub Castle at Camp Down with entrance gates on Woodford Road and Snakey Lane.

Open Access Land is marked on Ordnance Survey 1 to 25,000 series maps in orange.

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The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 (CROW Act) gives public right of access to land mapped as ‘open country’ (mountain, moor, heath and down) or registered common land.

You can find out if the public has a right of access to land under the CROW Act [1] using the online maps.

People can enter open access land on foot in order to:

  • walk

  • sightsee

  • bird-watch

  • climb

  • run

Visitors using their open access rights must keep dogs on a short lead of no more than 2 metres between 1 March and 31 July each year (in consideration of ground-nesting birds) and at all times near livestock. [2]

Other relevant webpages:

Rights of Way

Local Walks

Permissive Paths

Wherever you walk in the countryside, the Countryside Code applies.  Click the logo to view a leaflet/summary issued in April 2021.


Or to read the full details use this link to the full version.

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