5 Feb 2013
The British Horse Society welcomes the Government's unequivocal statement that a new independent body will be created to hold in trust the nation's publicly-owned forests for future generations.
Mark Weston, Director of Access, Safety and Welfare sa...
1 Feb 2013
The BHS has responded to the Department for Transport’s recent consultation on proposals to increase the speed limit for HGVs over 7.5 tonnes on single carriageway roads.
11 Jan 2013
The deadline is looming for responses to a key Property and Compensation consultation for those affected by High Speed 2 (HS2).
HS2 will be a new high speed rail network designed to increase links between London and the West Midlands (Phase One), ...
14 Nov 2012
More and more people are becoming aware that we are on the verge of a genuine equine welfare crisis in the UK on a completely unprecedented scale. But there is a simple way that everyone can help lobby for crucial legislation and funding.
7 Nov 2012
The British Horse Society has welcomed the opportunity to comment on the Welsh Government’s Draft Road Safety Delivery Plan but is flabbergasted that there is no mention of horse riders or carriage drivers being classed as a vulnerable group.
16 Oct 2012
The British Horse Society, along with other major welfare charities, has called for government and public help in a landmark report that warns of an impending crisis in England and Wales which could leave the welfare of 6,000* horses at risk.
30 July 2012
The British Horse Society is calling for all equestrians to have their say on the future of equestrian access.
27 July 2012
Horse riders and carriage drivers are being urged to give their views on whether lowering speed limits will make our roads safer.
14 Mar 2012
A report released by The Country, Land and Business Association has given horse riders and carriage drivers great cause for concern, according to The British Horse Society.
31 Jan 2012
The British Horse Society (BHS) and the sector’s awarding body, Equestrian Qualifications Ltd (EQL), today criticised the Government’s intention to remove equine vocational qualifications from GCSE school league tables.
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