Patchetts Green Bridleways Trust
 PG: OBJECTS: PROMOTION: Brent Pelham and Meesden 10 and 11
Map showing recorded paths in Brent Pelham and Meesden
Annotated map reproduced courtesy of Googlemaps.
This path starts as Meesden 10 bridleway from Mill Lane (public road) following a well defined track generally northeastwards. It becomes a wide grass strip. After a white waymarking post it becomes Meesden 11, firstly as a grass track, then as a sligntly narrower margin in a field.

At the time of the BHS 2021 Access Survey (15 Aug 21), no gates were across the path. It was signposted at each end and easy to follow. The entire route was unobstructed.

Brent Pelham and Meesden path
View Northeast from Mill Lane
Photo: Phil Wadey, 15 Aug 2021
Brent Pelham and Meesden path
Meesden 10 becomes wide grass strip
Photo: Phil Wadey, 15 Aug 2021
Brent Pelham and Meesden path
Meesden 11 continues as grass strip
Photo: Phil Wadey, 15 Aug 2021
Brent Pelham and Meesden path
Meesden 11 by side of crops
Photo: Phil Wadey, 15 Aug 2021
Brent Pelham and Meesden path
Meesden 11 exit to road
Photo: Phil Wadey, 15 Aug 2021

Legal History
2 Feb 1953: Meesden 10 was recorded as a bridleway on the original definitive map and statement. DM sheet DM1-05 (Herts 9 SE).
When the parishes joined, the path was renumbered as Brent Pelham and Meesden 10.
Definitive Statement (4 Dec 2015)
Path: [Brent Pelham and Meesden] 10.  Status: Bridleway.  Definitive Map sheet: 16
Commences at county road, Meesden Green, thence NE along Wood Lane past entrance to Meesden Manor to junction with FP's 11 and 12 E of Manor House.

© 2021 Patchetts Green Bridleways Trust. File reference: EC1162.

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