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Liabilities, Copyright, Policies

Walks Public Liability

Norfolk County Council cover the Paston Footprints' trails with their public indemnity insurance policy. For details concerning how to report any defects on the route or to make a third party liability claim, please read here for full terms.

Health and Safety

All walks have been NCC H&S audited, and maintenance reviews are undertaken by NCC.

Active Trails have undertaken accessibility audits, available on each walk page.



All material published on this site is done so under a © Creative Commons Attribution–Non-Commercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) Licence, unless otherwise specified.  While materials are therefore in the public domain, a credit line of attribution is required in any reproduction, of 'Paston Footprints'.

The exception is whenever another person or body (for example, a photographer or a library) is credited on the site, please credit this party as the original creator, with Paston Footprints as the publisher.

Please let us know:

You are welcome to download any of the material, not otherwise copyrighted, and to use it freely under the terms of this licence. We would be grateful if you would let us know by email at what you are planning to use it for, any citations, or if you plan to adapt any items or are inspired to create any material from content on this site, so that we can assess the reach and impact of our work. 

Data and Privacy

Paston Footprints complies with the University of East Anglia's data and privacy policies, which are GDPR UK compliant. For full details of how we use, store and retain information, please read here. The University does not sell or otherwise transfer personal data to any third parties without consent, or, unless required by law. You have the right to request erasure of any personal data that you submit at any time. Please contact


By submitting any form on this site, or contacting us by email, you will be sharing some of your personal data with the University of East Anglia. We are required by law to look after your information and help you understand how it will be used. Please read the university's statement here.


This project and its outputs, including this website, have been reviewed by UEA Ethics HUM committee in 2023, 2021, 2018, ESC Ethics committee in 2018. Next review is due in 2027.

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