Public Rights of Way (PRoWs)
Nick Tupper, Highways Maintenance Manager, Norfolk County Council, has written to Local Councils to explain the recent changes to how Public Rights of Way (PRoW) are managed by Norfolk County Council. The changes were initially identified as part of the Big Conversation and involve refocusing PRoW issues to within the Highways Maintenance service. A briefing note here provides background and information about responsibilities for landowners, PRoW users and NCC.
If you do contact NCC about Wreningham’s PRoWs, please let the Clerk of the Council know. The Parish Council can then monitor responses.
Norfolk County Council’s web page contains a lot of information about the roads, footpath, bridal ways, etc. within the county. The footpaths in Wreningham (and elsewhere in the County) can be viewed on the map provided. These are the footpaths in our area:
The Environment Agency monitors flooding risk across the country. Their interactive map is here. Inputting your post code will give a map centred on that. An example is here for Risk of Surface Water flooding: