Would you like to meet like-minded people and belong to a team who are working to further the charitable objectives of the BHS?
Joining your local BHS committee will provide you with these opportunities and as the Local Access and Bridleways Officer you will be responsible for undertaking a range of activities to meet the access priorities identified in your area. This could be ensuring equestrian access is available and used by all equestrians and educating them and landowners about equestrian access, responding to access queries from local riders and carriage drivers, raising awareness of access priorities in your area and for the BHS. We are looking to fill Access and Bridleways Officer roles in the following areas:
- Channel Islands
- North Lincs
- South Lincs
- Greater Manchester
- East Sussex
Please take a look at the full Access and Bridleways Officer role profile to find out more about what is involved. If you would like to apply, please complete and return a volunteer enquiry form, and send to firstname.lastname@example.org