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Volume 115: debated on Tuesday 5 May 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for Wales, pursuant to his reply of 27 April, Official Report, column 50, whether objections have been received relating to footpaths ascending Pen yr Oleu Wen (655619), Carnedd Dafydd (663631), Carnedd Llewelyn (685645), Foel Grach (689659), Yr Elen (673652), Penyrhelgi-du (698631), Pen lithrig y wrach, Y Garn (632596), Tryfan (664594), Glyder Fawr (643579), Glyder Fach (657584), Elidir Fawr (613614), Mynydd Perfedd (624618), Foelgoch (628613), Moel Siabod (705546), Crib Goch (625553), Llwyedd (624533), Cnicht (645466), Moel Hebog (565469), Mynydd Mawr, (540547) or Moel Eilis (556576); and when he now expects the footpaths in question to appear on definitive maps of rights of way.

The information requested is not readily available and could only be obtained at disproportionate cost. The timetable for the production of a definitive map for Gwynedd is a matter for Gwyedd county council.