Patchetts Green Bridleways Trust
 PG: OBJECTS: PROMOTION: Woolmer Green 10
Map showing recorded Woolmer Green paths
Annotated map reproduced courtesy of Googlemaps.
This route starts on London Road, just north of the railway bridge and runs generally southeastwards to Robbery Bottom Lane (public road), not far from Woolmer Green 24 bridleway.

At the time of the BHS 2021 Access Survey (16 Sep 21), there were no gates across the path. There were two sets of width restrictions, adequate to allow horses to pass but not horse drawn vehicles. The route was signposted at each end.

Woolmer Green 10 photograph
1. Sign at London Road
Photo: Phil Wadey, 16 Sep 2021
Woolmer Green 10 photograph
2. View from London Road
Photo: Phil Wadey, 16 Sep 2021
Woolmer Green 10 photograph
3. Width restriction
Photo: Phil Wadey, 16 Sep 2021
Woolmer Green 10 photograph
4. Continuing generally southeastwards
Photo: Phil Wadey, 16 Sep 2021
Woolmer Green 10 photograph
5. Approaching Robbery Bottom Lane
Photo: Phil Wadey, 16 Sep 2021
Woolmer Green 10 photograph
6. Sign at Robbery Bottom Lane
Photo: Phil Wadey, 16 Sep 2021
Woolmer Green 10 photograph
7. View from Robbery Bottom Lane
Photo: Phil Wadey, 16 Sep 2021

Legal History
2 Feb 1953: Welwyn 10 was recorded as a bridleway on the original definitive map and statement. DM sheet DM2-07 (Herts 20 SE).
31 Dec 1977: Welwyn 10 was shown as a bridleway on the special review draft map and statement. DM sheet SR-44 (TL 21 NE).
In 2000, Welwyn 10 was renumbered Woolmer Green 10 when Woolmer Green civil parish was created.
9 Dec 2016: Application to record as restricted byway. HCC reference WH/111.
Definitive Statement (4 Dec 2015)
Path: [Woolmer Green] 10.  Status: Bridleway.  Definitive Map sheet: 44
Commences at Mardley Hill on N side of railway bridge thence SE and S to junction with county road just north of Hempstall spinney.

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