Parish Council publications
Sunningdale, Bray and Datchet Parish Councils have produced their own walks leaflets, with help from the Borough Council through the Parish Paths Initiative. These leaflets are available from the Parish Councils free of charge.
Walk, discover, enjoy - your Sunningdale (parish path map)
Bray Parish Millennium Rights of Way Map (parish path map)
(Currently available from the Parish Council directly)
This guided walk around the picturesque village of Holyport within the parish of Bray. The route is 1.7 miles in total and is likely to take half an hour to complete at a brisk walking pace. The walk is flat with no stiles or gates, although there is a bridge between footpath 30, an bridleway 29, and a narrow gap at the Moneyrow Green end of footpath 30.
Other publications covering the area
The Thames Path National Trail
Natural England promotes the Thames Path as one of 15 National Trails in England and Wales. The Trail passes through Hurley, Cookham, Maidenhead, Eton, Windsor, Datchet and Old Windsor. In places the trail crosses the Thames to follow the Buckinghamshire side of the river.Visit the National Trails website for a range of maps and publications.
Further leaflets about the whole of the River Thames can be found at the Visit Thames website.
The Environment Agency has published a leaflet showing the paths along the Jubilee River. This is available from the Visit Thames website.
Clubs, Societies, Charity, Organisations publications covering the local area
There are numerous clubs, societies, organisations and commercial publishers who have produced leaflets, booklets and books promoting routes along public rights of way locally. These are widely available in libraries and bookshops.
Definitive Map Modification Orders (Claims) and Definitive Maps
Under the provisions of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, a Definitive Map Modification Order may be applied for by any person who wishes the Definitive Map to be amended by either the addition, deletion, upgrading or downgrading of a route. These applications are commonly referred to as 'claims'. In addition, the Statement containing the particulars of a right of way may be varied. Claims can be based on usage [user evidence] and/or documentary evidence.
This section contains the council's standard pack for people who wish to make an application for a DMMO and consists of the following documents: