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Whitehall And Bordon Equestrian Access Survey Closes 30 September 2016

12 July 2016


We need your help please:

As part of the planned development of the town of Whitehill and Bordon a 'Green Loop' will be created to allow people to walk and cycle around it in a mainly non-motorised environment. This facility will enable vulnerable road users greater connectivity to the public rights of way network (such as the Shipwright’s Way), new paths, and quieter roads.

The British Horse Society (Hampshire) and the Meon Riding Club have requested East Hampshire District Council to develop this as a multi-user route to include horse riders (as vulnerable road users) so that we, too, can navigate the area in a safer environment. Whilst these discussions have been encouraging, we have been asked to provide evidence of equestrian needs for the area to support our request.

We ask ALL equestrians who live, ride or keep their equines within an approximate three mile radius of Whitehill and Bordon to please complete our short survey and encourage your fellow equestrians in the area to do likewise. The results of the survey will be made publicly available through the BHS Hampshire website and other media sources, but individuals' details will remain confidential. Please note that only one survey can be sent from each device. Paper copies are available.

If you are a carriage driver, then please contact Gail directly to discuss your needs.

For more information and for further details the Whitehill and Bordon Regeneration Community website provides up to date information.

For a paper copy or more information about the survey, please contact Gail Johnson.

Learn more about the work of the BHS Access Department and how to get involved.

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