Paths Greenways Bridleways Tracks
 PG: OBJECTS: PROMOTION: Little Hadham 10 BOAT
Map showing recorded Little Hadham paths
Annotated map reproduced courtesy of Googlemaps.
This path starts at the junction of Little Hadham 10 bridleway, Little Hadham 12 bridleway, and the public road that runs generally southwards. The byway runs generally north-northeast to the public road.

At the time of the BHS 2021 Access Survey (22 Oct 21), there were no obstructions to use and it was signposted at each end.

Little Hadham 10
Sign at junction with BW 10
Photo: Phil Wadey, 22 Oct 2021
Little Hadham 10
Looking NNE along byway
Photo: Phil Wadey, 22 Oct 2021
Little Hadham 10
Continuing NNE
Photo: Phil Wadey, 22 Oct 2021
Little Hadham 10
Continuing NNE
Photo: Phil Wadey, 22 Oct 2021
Little Hadham 10
View SSE from public road
Photo: Phil Wadey, 22 Oct 2021
Little Hadham 10
Sign at public road
Photo: Phil Wadey, 22 Oct 2021

Legal History
2 Feb 1953: Little Hadham 10 was recorded as CRB (Carriage Road used as a Bridleway) on the original definitive map and statement. DM sheet DM1-17 (Herts 22 NE).
31 Dec 1977: Little Hadham 10 was shown as part byway, part bridleway and part footpath on the special review draft map and statement. DM sheet SR-33 (TL42SW).
Definitive Statement (4 Dec 2015)
Path: [Little Hadham] 10.  Status: Byway Open to All Traffic / Bridleway / Footpath.  Definitive Map sheet: 33
Commences at junction with FP54 W of Queer Wood thence SW as Footpath across county road as a BR to join BR12 thence N as BOAT to county road.

Statement unchanged since 1953.

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