PEOPLE in Tenbury and the Teme Valley are being urged to get out and walk in 2019.

Worcestershire County Council looks after 4,600km of Public Rights of Way across the whole of the county.

These include footpaths, bridleways and byways. A number of volunteers also help to look after Worcestershire’s vast network of Public Rights of Way.

“Miles and miles of paths and bridleways are looked after by our brilliant teams so people can enjoy walking and cycling along them,” said Alan Amos, cabinet member for highways with Worcestershire County Council.

“We’ve got plenty of wonderful countryside here in Worcestershire for people to explore in 2019. “

There is a map of Worcestershire’s Public Rights of Way available at