Patchetts Green Bridleways Trust
 PG: OBJECTS: PROMOTION: St Stephen 41 and Abbots Langley 67 (Bell Lane) BW
Map showing recorded paths in Abbots Langley and St Stephen
Annotated map reproduced courtesy of Googlemaps.
This path runs from St Stephen 4 bridleway and Byway 72 in Job's Wood to Bell Lane, which leads to High Street, Bedmond.

At the time of the BHS 2021 Access Survey (4 Aug 21), two gates were across the path. The first could be opened from horseback and the seocnd had a gap to the side. The route was signposted at the Bedmond end and waymarked at various points along the route.

Abbots Langley 67
1. View along Bell Lane (BW 67)
Photo: Helen Taylor, 4 Aug 2021
Abbots Langley 67
2. Path turns to the NE
Photo: Helen Taylor, 4 Aug 2021
Abbots Langley 67
3. Gate 1
Photo: Helen Taylor, 4 Aug 2021
Abbots Langley 67
4. Path enclosed for a section
Photo: Helen Taylor, 4 Aug 2021
St Stephen 41
5. Heading SE through the woods (BW 41)
Photo: Helen Taylor, 4 Aug 2021
St Stephen 41
6. SE along St Stephen 41 showing Gate 2
Photo: Helen Taylor, 4 Aug 2021

Legal History
20 Jun 1953: St Stephen 41 and Abbots Langley 67 were recorded as a footpath on the original definitive map and statement. DM sheet DM3-29 (TL00SE) and DM3-30 (TL10SW). (Also see Herts 39 NW)
31 Dec 1977: St Stephen 41 and Abbots Langley 67 were shown as a bridleway on the special review draft map and statement. DM sheets SR-75 and SR-76.
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Definitive Statement (4 Dec 2020)
Path: [St Stephen] 41.  Status: Bridleway.  Definitive Map sheet: 76
Commences at junction with BR4 and BOAT 72 at TL 1046 0346 near Ninnings Farm thence NW along Parish boundary to junction with FP55 and BR 67a (Abbots Langley).
Note cross reference should be to BW 67 rather than BW 67a

Path: [Abbots Langley] 67.  Status: Bridleway.  Definitive Map sheets: 75 and 76
Commences from High Street, Bedmond thence eastwards to the parish boundary at Ninnings Farm along Bell Lane (Private Road).

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