Public Access

At Henden we have public footpaths and bridleways crossing our land.  They are well marked.  We do our best to keep the styles in good condition.  In 2014 we asked the Local Authority to move the footpath going through the farm to the fields to the east of the farm.  This move improved safety, given that we have a working farm and have equipment often working in tight spaces in the yard.  As importantly, it ensured that our animals are not exposed to diseases brought in from the outside.

We welcome all walkers.  We do ask, however, that those crossing our estate with dogs keep their dogs under close control.  Regulations are clear that dogs should remain on the "line of path" and, if the dogs have a poo their waste is picked up and taken off the land.  This is an important notice.  Dogs can worry livestock.  They also can carry Neosporosis, which if left on our land can seriously harm our livestock.

We hope you will enjoy our estate, but as we have said many times on this website, we care for our livestock and do not wish them to come to any harm.  Thank you for your kind attention and understanding.

The map below illustrates schematically where the footpaths and bridleways are.