Can you navigate Tilehurst's footpaths? Try our fun quiz and find out how much you know about your local area. There are 14 multiple-choice questions in the quiz. Please fill in the details below and click "Next" to start. Good luck! Please enter your name (or a nickname) for the chance to appear on our leaderboard Please let us know your postcode 1 of 14. Where in the Parish would you start if you wanted to follow footpath TILE 12/1 to Sulham Dovecot? Hall Place Farm Turnhams Farm Boxgrove House Pincents Manor Kiln Lane2 of 14. Who keeps the record of definitive rights of way in Tilehurst Parish? The Department of the Environment Natural England West Berkshire Council Tilehurst Parish Council The Ordnance Survey3 of 14. This is one end of the longest footpath in Tilehurst Parish. What is the name of the road at the other end? Little Heath Road Yew Tree Rise Farm Drive Langley Hill Firs Road4 of 14. What is the approximate total length of public rights of way in Tilehurst Parish, as recorded on the definitive map? 5 kilometres 10 kilometres 12 kilometres 17 kilometres 23 kilometres5 of 14. Most of Tilehurst's footpaths are designated by numbers only, but a few have names. This footpath is called Lendhams Lane - where is it? City Road near Lovatt Close Junction of Royal Avenue and Highview Starlings Drive near Magpie Way Junction of Dark Lane and Long Lane Langley Hill near Yew Tree Rise6 of 14. Where in Tilehurst Parish would you see this sign? Calcot Park Stoneham Farm Withy Copse Pincents Hill Kiln Lane7 of 14. This bridleway has been involved in a planning dispute for many years over access to build a pair of houses. Which two roads does it join? Overdown Road and Fairford Road Curlew Drive and Starlings Drive Overdown Road and Westwood Row Cotswold Way and Fairford Road Oregon Avenue and Fulbrook Crescent8 of 14. Landowners can submits declarations under the Highways Act in attempt to prevent the dedication of rights of way on their land. One such submission was made in Tilehurst in 2010 by the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution in relation to the land adjacent to this public right of way. What is it called? Withy Copse Oliver's Copse Harefield Copse Beal's Copse Barefoots Copse9 of 14. An application for a Definitive Map Modification Order to create a new public right of way was made in 2009 in Tilehurst Parish in relation to this route, which crossed a proposed development site. Which two places does the route join? Langley Hill and St Michaels Church Nabbs Hill and Calcot Row Oliver’s Copse and Pincent’s Hill House Farm Drive and the Calcot Centre The Calcot Centre and IKEA10 of 14. Some of the public rights of way in Tilehurst Parish are waymarked as recreational routes. What name are these given on the OS 1:25,000 Explorer Map? Berkshire Circular Routes North Wessex Downs Trails Sulham Woods Wayfinder Paths Berkshire Leisure Routes Tilehurst Open Access Footways11 of 14. The same routes are also known as Sulham Valley Circular Walks. Where would you find this sign? Clements Mead Little Heath Road Sulham Hill Long Lane Kiln Lane12 of 14. If you follow footpath 7/1 from here, what is the first building you encounter? Hall Place Farm Kiln Cottage Boxgrove House Stonehams Farm The Mud House13 of 14. This is another public right of way in Tilehurst Parish that has a name. What is it? Back Lane Barefoot Lane Lovatt Lane Sadlers Lane Withy Lane14 of 14. Which road is behind you as you enter this bridleway? Little Heath Road Hilden's Drive Dark Lane City Road Fulbrook CrescentYou have reached the end of the quiz. Please press the "submit" button to view the correct answers and find out your score.