Parish Paths Partnerships and Wardens

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Local people work with us to help manage the 5,500 km’s of Public Rights of Way within the County. Parish Paths Partnerships are groups of volunteers who come together to do whatever they decide needs to be done at the local level.

Activities include:

  • Rights of Way surveys
  • Maintenance of Rights of Way
  • Replacing stiles, gates and bridges
  • Cutting back vegetation
  • Waymarking routes
  • Promoting the best local walks and rides
  • Organising local Walking Festivals
  • Deciding on their local Rights of Way priorities

Parish Paths Partnerships are a great way to:

  • Meet local people with similar interests
  • Learn new skills
  • Help decide on local priorities
  • Significantly improve walking/riding opportunities in your Parish

How to get involved:

If you’d like to get involved with your local Parish Paths Partnership group or even start one up in your Parish please call Shropshire Outdoor Partnerships 0n 01743 255957 or email  We will provide all the training, materials and tools, you will be covered by insurance and you could start making a real difference to your Parish’s Rights of Way network straight away.

If you would like to find out what some of our P3 groups are up to around the County why not visit their Facebook and web sites at the following links:

Bridgnorth & District Rights of Way Association

Clee View Bridleways Groups

Cleobury Mortimer Footpath Association

Hodnet P3

Kinnerley Footpaths

Long Mynd Bridleways Association

Montford Countryside Group

Myddle/Baschurch/Ruyton P3

Pontesbury P3

South West Shrewsbury Bridleway Group

Shrewsbury Ramblers

Trefonen & Treflach P3

Whichurch Walkers

Whixall P3

To find out where your nearest P3 group is click on this link for a map of Shropshire’s active P3 Groups 2018