Junction of Footpath 24 and 25

On the Definitive map there is no right of way going eastwards from that junction.  The owner of the land is putting up a sign to say ‘no right of way’.  Therefore members of the public are not entitled to walk eastwards along the Seawall.

There has been a complaint about the state of Footpath 13 (Rope Walk).  Builders rubble has been deposited along it, making the surface very uneven and perhaps dangerous for walkers.  Essex County Council has been informed.

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