Sign, Public Footpath no. 64, Millet Road

This footpath winds its way between the houses lining the eastern curve of Chinnor Crescent and the western side of Millet Road. If you enter it from Chinnor Crescent there is a long passage between two houses and their gardens, it then takes a left turn and opens out into a space with some lock ups. You will find an electricity substation here, which was being watched over today by a very pretty cat, perched on a fence. The footpath continues to the left and extends between gardens, giving access to more lockups. With a right turn it ends at Millet Road, between the front gates of two houses. It seems unusual that there is a narrow footpath rather than the usual driveway here, allowing access to cars. Apart from saving residents from a long walk around the houses this might be an original right of way that has been preserved.

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