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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Redditch and Wythall.

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Problems reported -  Access (1)

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Grid Ref SP0382367508
Lat / Lon 52.30569° / -1.94534°
Easting / Northing 403,823E / 267,508N
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Grid Ref SP0920275728
Lat / Lon 52.37953° / -1.86623°
Easting / Northing 409,202E / 275,728N
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Redwyt One's land is

Arable 30.9%
Pasture 35.9%
Urban 30.4%
Woods 2.9%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


David Sanderson

12 Oct 2023 (edited 13 Oct 2023) Autumn

Started well but came a cropper in three places. Coming from Forshaw Heath, the footpath runs as far as the M42 and is marked as then running parallel to the motorway before joining Forshaw Heath Lane. I found the path to be too overgrown to follow, so I doubled back and followed the footpath which passes through Oak Tree Farm Park. I walked down Juggins Lane to see if there was access to the footpath from there but it was fenced off and overgrown. I suspect this might have been done in the name of "security" as there is a community of static caravans down there. I found the entrance to the path on Forshaw Heath Lane but it can't extend further than a short field. The paths between Icknield Street and Dagnell End Road start at a rickety stile and the first overgrown field was reasonably accessible, but then at the far end of the field, the footpath has been filled with rubble from demolitions, as illustrated by cables protruding. I managed to find a gap in the fence and crossed the next field, but the path was completely overgrown and after a bit of scrambling, and a few cuts, I concluded that this section was a bust too and made my way back to the rickety stile. On arrival on the edge of Redditch, the alleyway from Forge Mill Road is overgrown and inaccessible. I have submitted the route I actually walked as a new route.

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