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Tudeley Permissive Path

A Permissive Path connects the eastern end of WT186, where it ends at Crockhurst Street (B2017), with Tudeley Church and the start of WT180. This obviates the need to walk along the busy road.

The sign indicating the path had become buried in undergrowth, so Capel Path Rangers deployed a powered brush cutter to reveal the sign and draw walkers' attention to the safer route.

Capel Path Ranger using brushcutter

No need to risk the road...

Busy Road

...use the permissive path on the other side of the hedge.

Cleared Path

Litter Picking

The Path Rangers clear litter from the paths, verges, and pavements around the Parish to provide a better walking environment. We all feel that if a sense of pride in our surroundings can be fostered, then everyone will benefit. Here are some of the results of a recent "litter pick".

Litter Pick Result

By doing this, Capel Path Rangers also support the initiative of Tunbridge Wells Borough Council "Love Where We Live".

Path Maintenance and Improvement

Some of the improvements made by Capel Path Rangers. These have been achieved both by involving the Kent County Council Public Rights of Way office and by our own working parties.

Capel Path Rangers assist in the maintenance of footpath signs. Here a ranger replaces an old and faded roadside sign with a new one.

Re-signing 1 Re-signing 2

New kissing gates installed by Kent Public Rights of Way.

WT193 Barbed Wire After

Wiful damage to fencing on path WT194 was quickly repaired by Capel Path Rangers.

WR194 Damage to fence, before WT194 Fence damage, after.

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