Footpath & Access Problems

“GET OFF MY LAND!”
BLOCKED PATH?
BARBED WIRE?
NO STILE OR SIGN?


Path problems are many and various. One thing they have in common is that they don’t sort themselves out. You must first of all make sure that the problem is known to the Local Council responsible and to the RA Footpath Secretary.

You can do this by writing to the addresses listed below, depending on the location of the path. It is important that the location of the problem is clearly stated, with a map reference if possible. O.S. Explorer maps give an explanation of the National Grid.


Write to the Council concerned (rather than phone), and send a copy of your letter to your County Footpath Secretary. If you are not sure which council, write to the RA Wales (2 copies) and details will be passed on to the council.

Click Here to go to the Footpaths Complaint Form at The Ramblers' Association.

The other thing you can do is to offer your services as a footpath worker, either individually or by joining your local Group on a project. Why not have a go?

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Footpath Problems - Contact Details

Area Footpath Secretary

Ron Williams
11 Fron Las
Holywell
CH8 7HX

01352 715723


Arfon and Dwyfor

Graham Fitch,
39 Hen Gei Llechi,
Y Felinheli
LL56 4PB

01248 670 778


Conwy

John Buckley
Tan-y-Gyrt,
Llanefydd,
LL16 5HB

01745 540370
johnandritabuckley@gmail.com


Denbighshire

Ron Williams
11 Fron Las
Holywell
CH8 7HX

01352 715723


Flintshire

John Roberts
31 Ffordd Las
Sychdyn
Mold
CH7 6DU
01352 757366


Meirionnydd
Gill Caves
01654 712747
footpathsec@meirionnyddramblers.org.uk

 


Wrexham

Steve Tilston,
Llys Aled,
Ruthin Road,
Bwlchgwyn
Wrexham
LL11 5UT

01978 759251


Ynys Môn

Andria Massey
8 Swn y Don,
Benllech,
LL74 8PR

01248 851117

 

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