There are 13 miles of adopted public footpaths and bridleways in Shorne. 

Adopted public footpaths and bridleways in Shorne are maintained by Kent County Council.  Any faults or overgrown vegetation on the footpaths or bridleways in Shorne should be reported here.

You can download a schematic plan of adopted public footpaths and bridleways in Shorne here: Schematic Plan

You can download an Ordnance Survey-based map of the adopted public footpaths in Shorne (north) here: Shorne (north)

You can download an Ordnance Survey-based map of the adopted public footpaths in Shorne (south) here: Shorne (south)

You can download a map of tracks and pathways in Shorne Wood Country Park here: Country Park

You can download a map of tracks and pathways in Great Crabbles Wood here: Crabbles Wood

You can download a map of tracks and pathways in Court Wood here: Court Wood

Are you a regular user of the footpaths or bridleways in Shorne, and consider it important that they are kept open for the enjoyment of those who use them?  If so, you might want to volunteer to help with the vegetation clearance.  We would also like to hear from anyone who would like to ‘adopt’ a footpath and regularly walk it to ensure that it is maintained in good condition.  Further details can be downloaded here.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or would like more information, please contact Bob Lane, Chairman of the Parish Council’s Footpaths, Properties and Green Committee, on 01474 822680, or by email to shorne.volunteers@gmx.co.uk