Sedbil one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Sedgefield and Billingham.

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Grid Ref NZ3559728812
Lat / Lon 54.65317° / -1.44982°
Easting / Northing 435,597E / 528,812N
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Grid Ref NZ4660923635
Lat / Lon 54.60575° / -1.27998°
Easting / Northing 446,609E / 523,635N

Sedbil One's land is

Arable 61.1%
Green urban 1.8%
Natural grass 2.3%
Pasture 14.7%
Urban 20.1%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



05 Jun 2022 Spring

The first 1/3 of the route (up to Stillington) is absolutely great and we’ll probably do that again, especially up to Thorpe Thewles. After Stillington we have a few farmers who have decided that public footpaths don’t need to be maintained and can be ploughed and planted over. Whitton Three Gates (as marked on OS maps, Anderson JP on Google) have farmed over with corn which is easy enough to just walk through. After that the route has us going through fields which are not marked as public footpaths on OS maps but on aerial view does looks like a path. It was possibly previously there, or a tractor track, but it has since been planted with 4 foot high rapeseed. This caused a nightmare to get through. My partner got rapeseed burns on his legs from the plant. Once through there though it was a case of following field boundaries with locket mown paths and with stiles until we hit the water plant and crossed the a689 into Sedgefield.

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