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Council Services:

Parish Paths Partnership

The Parish Paths Partnership Scheme will no longer be available from
1 April 2016.



What is the Parish Paths Partnership (P3)?

Local communities work in partnership with the county council to improve and promote the rights of way network in their area. P3 groups are encouraged to take a proactive approach to keep their rights of way in good condition and easy to use.

Although P3 is a partnership the county council, as the Highway Authority, will remain ultimately responsible for maintenance and enforcement on all rights of way recorded on the Definitive Map.

What can P3 groups do?

  • Organise mowing of rights of way (RoW)
  • Clear overgrown RoW
  • Install waymarks and fingerposts
  • Replace stiles with gates or gaps
  • Install/repair bridges
  • Liaise with local landowners
  • Carry out regular surveys
  • Promote local walks/rides via leaflets/map/website etc

Advice and technical support is always available from your local rights of way officer and the countryside access team.

What funding is available?

Grants may be available from the county council for:

  • Equipment
  • Materials
  • Volunteer training
  • Insurance
  • Specialist services (for example, mowing)
  • Promotional material

Once a project has been approved, the P3 group will receive an initial payment of 50% of the estimated total costs. The remainder of the grant will be paid when the project is completed.

Members

How to become a member

The P3 scheme is currently under review and no additional P3 groups are being recruited at present. Details of the revised scheme will be available in the near future.

Current members

There are over 90 P3 groups across the county in the following areas: Alford, Algarkirk, Ancaster, Anwick, Asterby, Goulceby and Ranby, Bardney Group, Baston Environmental Group, Belchford and Fulletby, Billinghay, Binbrook, Blyton, Branston & Mere, Broadholme, Burgh-le-Marsh, Caistor, Castle Bytham, Chapel St. Leonards, Colsterworth and District, Coningsby, Covenham, Cranwell and Byards Leap, Croft, Deeping St James, Donington, Donington on Bain, Dunholme, Fotherby, Frampton, Friskney, Fulbeck, Great Carlton and Little Carlton, Greetham with Somersby, Halton Holegate, Harlaxton, Heckington, Heighington, Helpringham, Hemingby, Hogsthorpe, Horncastle, Hundleby, Ingham, Kirkby on Bain, Langtoft, Leverton, Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea, Maltby le Marsh, Market Deeping, Metheringham, Minting and Gautby, Mumby, Nettleham, North Hykeham, North Somercotes, Old Bolingbroke, Old Leake, Potterhanworth, Raithby, Reepham, Ruskington, Saltfleetby, Scopwick, Scothern, Skegness, Skellingthorpe, Sleaford, South Hykeham, South Witham, Spilsby, Stickford, Stickney, Sturton by Stow, Sudbrooke, Sutterton, Sutton Bridge, Sutton St James, Swaby Group, Swallow, Swineshead, Tallington, Tealby, Theddlethorpe, Toynton All Saints, Waddington, Wainfleet St. Mary, Washingborough, Welton, West Keal, Willingham by Stow, Wilsford, Withern with Stain, Woodhall Spa, Wragby, Wrangle, Wyberton.

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Last updated: 14 March 2016

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