The Civil Parish of Bisley-with-Lypiatt is in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) to the east of Stroud, Gloucestershire in the south west of England. The parish is bounded by the neighbouring parishes of Chalford, Edgeworth, Miserden, Painswick and Thrupp.
You can also see maps showing local footpaths around our villages here:
Public Path Diversion and part Extinguishment Orders under S118 & S119 of the Highways Act 1980 footpaths MBL 8 & MBL 9 Bisley with Lypiatt
The above public path orders relating to paths around Spring Farm, Middle Lypiatt which were made on the 10th November 2017 were confirmed as unopposed orders on the 28th March 2019. The notice of confirmation will be advertised in the Stroud News and Journal on Wednesday 17th April 2019 and posted on site on the same day where they shall remain for 6 weeks.
A map showing all public rights of way in Gloucestershire can also be seen here on the Gloucestershire County Council website.
Bisley-with-Lypiatt Civil ParishBisley Eastcombe Oakridge
Bisley village, Stancombe, Calfway, Trougham SladEastcombe Oakridge Back to top
Eastcombe village, Bismore, Nash EndBisley Oakridge Back to top
Oakridge Lynch, Far Oakridge, Bournes Green, WaterlaneBisley Eastcombe Back to top
Images produced from the Ordnance Survey Get-a-map service. Image reproduced with kind permission of Ordnance Survey
Gloucestershire, UKBisley Eastcombe Oakridge Back to top