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There are two footpaths in the south east of the area, and the area north of the tramway contains two other public footpaths.
These are outside the Range Danger Area and are accessible at all times.
In North Warwickshire, 4 miles south of Tamworth, near the villages of Piccadilly, Kingsbury and Wood End.
The landscape of the Rifle Ranges at Kingsbury is gently undulating, with areas of grassed over spoil heaps, a relict of historic coal mining activity, and Kingsbury Wood, a broad leaved/mixed woodland which has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
When the Ranges are used for live firing, red flags are flown.
Live firing notices are issued to local police stations, post offices and residents who wish to be informed.
This is a remote area, south of Colchester, with much of the site below sea level, consisting of reclaimed wetland and marsh.
Access is not allowed when the red flags situated at each end of the walk are flying.
The bird life of Leek has been given European protection under the South Pennine Moors Special Protection Area. There are about 12 km of public rights of way across the Training Area.
The majority are footpaths with one bridleway and one concessionary bridleway across the south eastern extremity of the area. In addition, some managed area access is available in those areas delineated by the managed access symbol on Ordnance Survey Explorer maps.
Please see “Related pages/documents” on the right for details of a walk around Friday Woods. OS Landranger Sheet 168 (Colchester & The Blackwater Area) ,000 OS Explorer Sheet 184 (Colchester) ,000 Location details and access opportunities and restrictions for Watton Brook, Norfolk.
Stanford training area consists of almost 11000 hectares of heath, woodland and farmland used for a wide range of army training activities, including live firing.