3rd December 2007 – Gates Installed to Deter Illegal Access

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We hope that Bredhurst Hurst can now be enjoyed by all – walkers, horse riders and responsible off-road drivers.

Any sightings of vehicles straying from the byway should be reported immediately to the Police on 01622 690055.