Review to look at public rights of way
4:48pm Friday 27th September 2013 in News
ROSSENDALE Council has set up a task group to review public rights of way in the borough.
The group will look at the current network to assess its value, and effectiveness. The review will include footpaths and bridleways which walkers, wheelchair users, horse riders, and cyclists use to access the countryside.
The Lancashire Countryside Service, managed by Lancashire County Council, is the statutory body in charge of public rights of way. Questionnaires are available from the One Stop Shop at Futures Park, Bacup.
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