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A WEB page has been set up to help people get out and enjoy Warwickshire's countryside today.

More than a quarter of paths and bridleways in the county have reopened after being given the foot and mouth all-clear.

People planning a stroll in the countryside can check for the latest information on the state of play at

Reopened paths are clearly marked with the council's green Path Open notices. If a path does not display a notice it should be assumed it is still closed.

Countryside recreation manager Mark Wilkinson: "We started re-opening the county's network of 1,700 miles of footpaths and bridleways in April.

"However, it is a long, slow process because each path has to be individually risk assessed."
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 28, 2001
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