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Public Rights of Way

Seend Parish has many public rights of way that criss-cross our beautiful parish and link us to neighbouring villages and the canal.   We are lucky that the majority are in good order.

The public has a legal right to use these paths, but you must  keep to the line of the path,.    Dogs should be kept on leads if you cross fields containing livestock, and you  must clear up after your dog, even in the open fields.   It is well known that dog faeces can cause illness in livestock. 

The link below takes  you to Wiltshire Council's interactive map of all rights of way in the county.  You need to zoom in to find Seend.

On the attachment below are documents containing guidance on rights of way and countryside policies.

If you do come across a blocked rights of way, then you can report this through the MyWiltshire on-line reporting service using the link below: