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Walks from Pilling

 

Press  Pilling and Lane End

Press Short Heritage Walks

Press Medium Heritage Walks

Press Long Heritage Walks

Press Sunday Stroll through Pilling

Press Pilling to Knott End

 

Public Footpaths

  • Public Rights Of Way

    The public rights of way information shown on this system has been copied from the Definitive Map of Public Rights Of Way, the legal record of public rights of way - footpaths, bridleways and byways open to all traffic.

    The original paper copy of the Definitive Map can be inspected at Lancashire County Council's Environment Directorate office at Cross Street, Preston, during normal office hours.

    Some public rights of way may exist which are not shown on the Definitive Map.

    Problems and Queries

    Please contact the Lancashire Countryside service via our website, or telephone 01772 264709, if you think that a public right of way is shown incorrectly on this information system, or that a public right of way has been omitted, or if you experience any difficulties when using the public rights of way network.
  • Highways Act Section 31(6) Declaration

    The Declarations made under Section 31(6) of the Highways Act 1980 shown on this system have been copied from those deposited with the County Council.
    These are made by owners of land, and indicate what ways (if any) have been dedicated as highways (which include public rights of way on foot and on horseback).
    The original paper copies of the declarations can be inspected at Lancashire County Council's Environment Directorate office at Cross Street, Preston, during normal office hours.
     
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