Rights of Way Restoring the Record FREE workshops for bridleway users!
Experts Phil Wadey and Sarah Bucks will be presenting two workshops based on their book “Rights of Way – Restoring the Record”. The aim of these training events is to enthuse, enable and empower rights of way researchers to make definitive map modification order applications to ensure that rights that would be extinguished in 2026 are saved for future generations to use.
The day will concentrate on identifying routes, the key sources of evidence of historic ways, where that information is located, what it can tell us, and how a systematic research method can be employed to undertake this work. Both workshops are free of charge but places are limited so must be booked in advance.
Time: Arrival 9am for 9.30am start and finish 4.30pm.
Tea and coffee is provided on arrival, lunch is not provided. Delegates should bring a laptop (wi-fi provided) and OS maps of their local area. Tablets or smartphones are better than nothing but may not be suitable for some training exercises.
The British Horse Society is the UK's largest and most influential equestrian charity. We protect and promote the interests of all horses and those who care about them, including the 3.5 million people in the UK who ride or who drive a horse-drawn carriage.
Sarah Bucks and Phil Wadey are authors of Rights of Way - Restoring the Record, a historic research guide. The book is available to purchase from The BHS Shop
and will be available to purchase at a discounted rate at both of these training days.
Please Note: The same Workshop will take place at Glyme Hall, Burford Road, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire OX7 5DZ on Saturday 12 May 2018.
To book your FREE place, please contact Hannah Marsh.
Download the poster (pdf)