Who are we?

We are a group of volunteers whose purpose is "Caring for our paths". This means we try to ensure that the network of public footpaths and bridleways within our beautiful Parish of Salehurst and Robertsbridge are looked after so that we can all make use of them.

We do carry out some actual light maintenance work but our main task is to monitor path conditions and ensure that problems are brought to the attention of  East Sussex County Council who are responsible for getting them fixed.

With nearly 25 miles (40 km) of paths within our Parish we are always in need of help from walkers and riders to spot problems and let us know about them."If we know about it we can do something about it!"

For more information about getting involved click here

If you want to report a problem on a path click here

For more information about maintenance responsibilities and the types of problem that might be encountered click here.

Within the Parish we also have a number of Public Open Spaces such as Bishops Meadow and Pocket Park see here for more details. These are under the care of either the Parish Council or the Woodland Trust so if you want to report an issue with any of these you can contact the Parish Council here or the Woodland Trust here. If you let us know we will of course pass on the information to the appropriate organisation.







Our Aims
  • Maintenance of Paths & Bridleways

    We work with East Sussex County Council and Salehurst and Robertsbridge Parish Council to identify and resolve problems with our paths.


  • Rights of Way

    We seek to ensure that our rights of way are protected so that we may freely use them.


  • Access to paths

    We aim to encourage people of all abilities and interests to make use of our paths by identifying where they are and helping users find their way.


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