The Bishop’s Stortford & District Footpaths Association is a registered charity (No. 1068733). In 2017 it will be celebrating sixty years of protecting and promoting the local public Rights of Way network in and around Bishop’s Stortford.

Latest News

New Heritage Trails

You are invited to join us in a launch of three new heritage trails for Bishop’s Stortford at 3pm on Saturday 6th May 2017. We will meet outside the Tourist Office and then walk Trail 2 which will take us to Hockerill and back (around 40minutes). You are then invited to an official launch of… Continue reading

Rail Crossing closures

On 31st March Network Rail submitted its proposals for rail crossing closures across the Anglia region. They can be found on For Hertfordshire and Essex proposals expand “Essex and others” and then click “Essex and other TWAO”. The good news for Bishop’s Stortford is that the Twyford Road crossing is not part of the proposals… Continue reading

May Update

News from BSDFA SUNDAY WALKS:  all Leaving at 10.00am                                                                                      5/6 miles  07 May 2017  Allens Green, Queens Head-Park along the verge opposite. GridRef: TL455169. Postcode CM21 0LS 21 May 2017  Standon Church, Park in the Street but NOT in front of Church. GridRef: TL396222. Postcode SG11 1LB 04 June 2017 Duton Hill, Three Horseshoes… Continue reading

April Update

News from BSDFA Hello Everyone. We have arrived at Spring and the walks through to Autumn are now scheduled – see our web-site – but we need a volunteer Leader for the 1st October. Volunteers, please contact Peter Hales or me to offer!! I have missed the last two BSDFA walks, owing to currently having… Continue reading

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Complete our membership form If you would like to help us to preserve, protect and maintain the public Rights of Way network and rural verges in the Herts and Essex.

We're always looking for new members and would love to have you onboard, helping us with our worthy cause.

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