21 Mar 2017
Previously Ride Out UK Week, The British Horse Society (BHS) has announced that they’re extending the event to last throughout May.
20 Feb 2017
The Society agrees that Wales needs a better and fairer approach to public access for outdoor recreation which is less burdensome to administer, provides for the wide range of activities people want to participate in, with sensible safeguards for lan...
13 Feb 2017
Welsh Government issues statement on Improving Opportunities to Access the Outdoors for Recreation in Wales.
9 Feb 2017
Cyclists, pedestrians and equestrians on Highways England’s Network
The British Horse Society represented equestrians in a report ensuring safe crossings on the Strategic Road Network (SRN) managed by Highways England.
The report describ...
25 Jan 2017
BHS gives evidence at EFRA inquiry on rural economy
1 Nov 2016
British Horse Society Invites Equestrians to write to their MPs
Following on from the success of asking equestrians to respond to the draft Cycling and Walking Strategy The Society has written a letter to for follow this up and make sure that our voi...
13 Oct 2016
2015 Self-Closing Gates Trial Research Released
Conducted by Natural England and in partnership with British Horse Society (BHS), the self-closing bridlegates trial held at Askham Bryan College, Yorkshire, was overseen by a working group including re...
3 Oct 2016
New mounting blocks have been installed by Highways England either side of the Chilworth Drove bridge to allow horse riders to easily dismount and safely use the bridge with their horses.
22 Sept 2016
A bridleway in Silkstone can now be enjoyed by horse riders and cyclists, thanks to a British Horse Society volunteer.
Gale Jacques, BHS Access and Bridleways Officer for Silkstone, used maps dating back to 1820 to correctly record on the definitive...
19 Aug 2016
An equestrian group affiliated to The British Horse Society dedicated a newly opened 870m route in Leyland, to local rider Lorraine Wood, who passed away from cancer 18 months ago.
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