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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Northamptonshire County Council have made an Order the effect of which is to prohibit pedestrians, equestrians and cyclists from proceeding along that length of Public Bridleway KW13 in the Parish of Kislingbury as specified below. Private access to land or premises adjacent to the said length of bridleway is unaffected. Read More ...
RIGHTS OF WAYS TO WHICH RESTRICTION APPLIES: The existing route of KW13 to be closed starts at point A at NGR SP6943 5942. The route travels generally north west for approximately 63 metres to point B at NGR SP6939 5947.
The route is shown by a solid black line between points A – B.
REASONS FOR RESTRICTION: The restriction is required to enable works to Kislingbury Mill.
PERIOD OF CLOSURE: The Order will come into effect on 12th April 2019 and will continue in force for a period of six months. An application may be made for the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport for this Order to be extended if this proves necessary. However, the restriction specified will have effect only at such times and to such extent as is indicated by the display of notices.
ALTERNATIVE ROUTES: The alternative route starts at point A at NGR SP6943 5942. The route travels generally south west for approximately 25 metres to point C at NGR SP6941 5941. The route then travels north west thence east for approximately 91 metres to point D at NGR SP6939 5944. The route then heads north east for approximately 34 metres to point B at NGR SP6939 5947.
Rural residents and workers are being encouraged to use an online reporting form to alert police to any suspicious or criminal activity in their area.
Northamptonshire Police's rural crime team, whose remit includes wildlife and heritage crime, wants to hear from people about anything which strikes them as out of the ordinary.
PC Abbey Anstead said: "We always want to hear about incidents, and our online reporting form is a really quick and easy way to tell us about non-emergency crime and suspicious activity.
"If you're a victim of crime or see something that doesn't seem right, follow your gut instinct and report it to us, because we need the information you have – you are the eyes and ears of your community.
"Don't worry that you're wasting our time. No matter how small an incident, we need to know about it so we have an accurate picture of rural criminal activity to help us take targeted action against it."
The rural crime team is especially keen to encourage people to be aware of and report wildlife-related crime.
PC Anstead said: "Even a small piece of information helps build a bigger picture. Completing the online reporting form only takes a few minutes, and the information provided really does help us better serve our rural communities and protect people and wildlife from harm."
Report crime and suspicious activity by filling out the online reporting form here:
or call 101. In an emergency, dial 999. Information can also be shared anonymously with Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555111.