We could not see any more signs after 48. We went through kissing gate which took us through a very narrow overgrown path fenced field to our left and houses to our right. Path was full of nettles and brambles. We managed to get through but was very stressful. Eventually we got to a lane and no signs in site so just took the road into Bream for rest of walk. This spoiled the walk for us (both in our 70s) otherwise we had enjoyed up to that point.HB
You missed the waymark on a wooden post at 52. The public footpath after the Kissing Gate that you mentioned is not cut on a regular basis and is not part of the walk.Ed.