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The Ramblers




The Ramblers are involved, not just in walking, but in maintaining and developing our rights of way.
In Derbyshire alone there are over 3000 miles
(of which 619 are in our group area) and we have a small group of volunteers who assist the County Council in this.
If you would like to be involved, please let us know.


Ramblers Privacy Policy

A new Ramblers Volunteer Welcome Booklet is available on request

A new ‘Ramblers Volunteer Welcome’ booklet is available on request


You’ll be very welcome to join our footpath maintenance team – or help the Group in any other way.
As a volunteer you are right at the heart of our work to promote walking whilst protecting and improving the places people walk.

Volunteer zone

Tell us about a path success

Tell us about a path success












Good countryside access depends on reporting all rights of way problems.
Don’t assume they have already been reported.
Take a photo if you can and report either by;
Pathwatch, Derbyshire County Council, Fix My Street, or by this website.


We are currently concentrating on a ‘Ploughing and Cropping’ campaign and seeking to monitor the significant problems this gives walkers when meeting blockages or trying to negotiate the line of a right of way.
It is an area where, because problems are relatively temporary, the County Council wrongly gives them little importance.
If you meet a problem relating to ploughing or cropping obstructions to legal rights of way please report it to the Ploughing & Cropping Campaign.

All problem reports of any sort are forwarded to the County Council Rights of Way Team.


The North Chesterfield Way route





Waymarking Public Rights of Way (Natural England)






Footpath 18 between the English Heritage sites of Bolsover Castle and Sutton Scarsdale Hall (summer, 2013)

Footpath 18 between the English Heritage sites of Bolsover Castle and Sutton Scarsdale Hall
(summer, 2013)


County council guidelines on cropping & ploughing

County council guidelines on cropping & ploughing













Although we’re glad many farmers follow the requirement to keep footpaths open for public use, there are unfortunately some who ignore the guidelines.


Free passage is essential at all times, but never more so than during the annual Chesterfield Area Walking Festival in May each year.













The Path Closure Register














Do you check on proposed changes to your
rights of way ?



You can check by parish or postcode on the County Council website.




Peak District TRO Consultations

Peak District TRO Consultations


Private or ‘unadopted’ roads in England & Wales


Understanding the British Standard for Gaps, Stiles, and Gates


Rights of Way Maps


Public Rights of Way (Rowmaps)





Derbyshire Public Rights of Way (Ordnance Survey overlay)




Derbyshire Public Rights of Way (Bing aerial overlay)



Derbyshire Street View


Our Footpath Heritage on Streetview





Derbyshire Mapping Portal – interpretation of the Definitive Map





CNED recorded and non-recorded paths : Open Street Map




Obtain map coordinates
(Easting, Northing, Lon, Lat)




In pursuit of lost ways ? 1898 map (National Library of Scotland)



Local Councils


Chesterfield Local Plan

Chesterfield Local Plan



Councillors

Parish Councils
Brimington    
Staveley        





Bolsover Local Plan

    Councillors







Derbyshire County Council Rights of Way

County Councillors



Derbyshire Administrative Districts

Derbyshire Administrative Districts





NE Derbyshire Local Plan

NE Derbyshire Local Plan

Councillors

  Parish Councils
    Ashover     Killamarsh
    Barlow     Morton    
    Brackenfield         North Wingfield    
    Brampton         Pilsley    
    Calow         Shirland & Higham    
    Clay Cross         Stretton    
    Dronfield         Sutton cum Duckmanton    
    Eckington         Temple Normanton    
    Grassmoor         Tupton    
    Heath & Holmewood         Unstone    
    Holmesfield         Wessington    
    Holymoorside & Walton           Wingerworth    



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