Ride Out UK Week is dedicated to the UK’s equestrian routes celebrating the triumphs of paths being restored or saved, raising awareness of off-road riding, getting more riders to enjoy and to applaud the fantastic efforts of the BHS’s UK-wide volunteer team, local authorities and other partners who work to protect, restore and repair all of these networks so that we can enjoy them for many years to come.
So do bring your horse and join the BHS Merseyside Volunteer Committee for a Pleasure Ride and BBQ on 28 May. The ride will leave from Lodge Riding School and you will be guided around Cronton Colliery, one of the BHS Route Pilot sites. Or, if you're interested in volunteering please come along and find out more!
In May 2013, the BHS was given a license to use the Cronton Colliery site as a centre for equestrian off-road hacking, enabling Debbie to lead rides around this site. There are now significant plans to develop this site into a Country Park and access to the site will be improved with a network of footpaths cycleways and bridleways, including a link to Whiston and Huyton along the disused mineral railway line.
£5 per person. The ride will be from 1pm onwards. Please indicate your attendance through the event page on BHS Merseyside Facebook, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.