I went on a walk recently and would have given up if it hadn't been for a local dog walker who inadvertently led me to the path.
The official path is diagonally across the field - now recently planted with saplings and no sign of a stile in the opposite corner. As it turned out the path has been re-routed around the edge of the field, into the adjacent field and down a hedged passageway behind a newish stable.
Apart from issues regarding whether paths should be re-routed, surely folks should be made to clearly sign the new paths. What do you think?
This photo has nothing to do with the above walk. I found this carving in the middle of a hedge down a quiet lane in Chirk. It tells the history of the place (as seen by the tree, I guess). If you click on it, you'll get a better view.