Petbil two
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Petworth and Billingshurst.

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Reviews - 1

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Is this route good enough? -  No (1)

Problems reported -  Safety (1)

Downloads - 6


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Grid Ref SU9764621684
Lat / Lon 50.98628° / -0.61020°
Easting / Northing 497,646E / 121,684N
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Grid Ref TQ0875426114
Lat / Lon 51.02411° / -0.45068°
Easting / Northing 508,754E / 126,114N
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Petbil Two's land is

Arable 15.2%
Pasture 38.9%
Urban 13.0%
Woods 32.8%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



14 May 2021 Spring

Only able to review rhe Petworth end of this route. One footpath is closed and it takes you on to the Petworth lorry bypass route which is dangerous especially as there is no footpath and the traffic is fast! Suggest the route is amended. The closed footpath is circled on an attached screen shot in blue and in the photos. It has been closed for over a year and shows no sign of reopening in the near future. For this reason i would amend the route to be the same a route one for the Petworth end. However both routes suggest the short walk on the lorry bypass. A small amendment to the route to avoid this is possible and i have picked out the suggested diversion with a blue line on the screen shot. This is the same route the serpent trail/way follows.

  • Bostal Boy

    Bostal Boy

    14 May 2022

    I am pleased to report that the footpath reported closed has now been completely resurfaced and reopened. It has three nice benches and a beautiful view east across the valley.

    I have uploaded PETBIL Three to amend the Kingspit Lane issue.

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