Footpaths

Brixton is located within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and there is a network of footpaths around the parish including walks by the River Yealm.

These paths are maintained by Devon County Council but are monitored by our 'Parish Paths' Co-ordinator Councillor Huxtable who regularly walks the paths.

There are parishioners who volunteer to walk dedicated footpaths on behalf of the Parish Council on a quarterly basis. If any parishioner walks a footpath and notices anything that needs rectifying please complete the footpath inspection form and forward to the Clerk.

A free leaflet detailing local walks is available at the village shop, the Church, The Foxhound and other local businesses

Footpath Closures

Closure of Footpath 18

An Order has been made for a 6 months’ temporary closure of Footpath No. 18, Brixton.

The path will be closed from 31st March 2021 to 30th September 2021 over its entire length to enable continuation of housing development (Sherford).
Closure plan

Closure of Footpath 31

An Order has been made for a 6 months' temporary closure of Footpath No.31, Brixton

The path will be closed from 5th October 2020 with the closure necessary to enable demolition of the bridge.