A new interactive map from Pembrokeshire County Council is available to see, allowing people to easily view the public rights of way they have access to within the county.

The map allows people to see footpaths, bridleways and byways in their locality and further afield throughout Pembrokeshire.

The map, currently known as the working copy of the Definitive Public Rights of Way map, was produced by the IT and GIS teams within the county council.

It also gives each path in the county a specific ID number, meaning people are able to discuss any concerns about a specific path to the county council.

Furthermore, the map also shows any modification of paths since the consolidated definitive map was produced in 2012.

The map may be viewed at https://www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/definitive-map/working-copy-of-the-definitive-public-rights-of-way-map

For any queries about the interactive map, contact the definitive map officer and conservation assistant on PROWL@Pembrokeshire.gov.uk