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What are footpath waymarkers?
Footpath waymarkers are signs that are used to mark the route of public footpaths. They are typically small, round discs that are attached to trees, posts, or other objects along the path. Waymarkers are often used in conjunction with footpath signs, which display information about the path, such as its number and destination.
Footpath waymarkers are an important way to help people find their way and stay on the right path. They can be especially useful in areas where there are many different paths, or where the path is not well-defined. Waymarkers can also help to prevent people from trespassing on private land.
In the United Kingdom, footpath waymarkers are typically yellow with a green background and white text. The sign features an arrow pointing in the direction of the path. Other countries may use different colors or designs for their footpath waymarkers.
Footpath waymarkers can be made from a variety of materials, including wood, metal, and plastic. They are typically designed to be weatherproof and durable, so that they can withstand the elements.
Footpath waymarkers are an important part of the public rights of way network. They help people to enjoy the countryside safely and responsibly.
Here are some of the benefits of footpath waymarkers:
- They help people to find their way and stay on the right path.
- They can be especially useful in areas where there are many different paths, or where the path is not well-defined.
- Waymarkers can also help to prevent people from trespassing on private land.
- They are an important part of the public rights of way network and help people to enjoy the countryside safely and responsibly.
Our Waymarker Signs help Landowners such as farmers and parish councils to clearly mark permissive paths, footpaths and byways to show accessible and restricted roads and paths.
Attach the waymarker sign discs to a gate post, stile or wooden fence with screws, nails or adhesive. The signs are waterproof and are manufactured in our Yorkshire HQ using the latest digital UV inks onto either 3mm foamed plastic or a tougher, 3mm composite aluminium.
Display the correct waymarking arrows to help guide ramblers, horse riders and the public in general. Yellow arrows indicate Footpaths, Blue arrows are for Bridleways, Restricted byways are indicated by a Plum coloured arrow, whereas Red arrows denote Byways open to all traffic. For further information visit the Natural England website at www.naturalengland.org.uk