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    Default rural public footpath

    I live in an area where there are numerous rural footpaths.

    The one to the side of our house has a concrete low level sign which states "Public Footpath"

    would I be right in thinking for this sign to exist the Local Council must have some involvement????

    I maintain this footpath which runs through a small Copse as well which I also Maintain, at my own expense and time then onto farmland.

    The path appears on the Ordinance Survey Map and also the Local Ramblers Map,

    because I maintain it voluntarily should anybody have an accident whilst on the path have I made myself responsible
    FS

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    Default Re: rural public footpath

    No
    Council public liability I would think

    No harm in asking them mind!

    I have one too I even get a bit of money to do so but I'm Scotland...

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    RIP Martin3030

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    Default Re: rural public footpath

    As long as you havent put anything there which may be a hazard or cause injury, youll be ok. You could always contact the council and tell them to come and check. Even fib a little and say if they dont come, youll block it off. Theyll kick up a fuss, but because you havent blocked it off, they cant do anything... but they will come and check.

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    Default Re: rural public footpath

    Many thanks for your replies, will contact the Council

    FS



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