21 Oct 2014
On Saturday 18 October Access Volunteers, Equestrian Access Groups and BHS members travelled from all over the country to The British Horse Society’s Access Conference at the charity’s HQ in Warwickshire.
An annual event organised by the...
16 July 2014
The result of the recent election for three Trustees to join the Board of The British Horse Society has been announced. This saw the election of Susan Pimbley BHSI, Diane Tranter BHSAI, and Fred Hodges BHSI.
19 May 2014
A new toolkit launched by The British Horse Society will help to get historic bridleways and off-road riding routes in England and Wales recorded on the definitive map before they become at risk of being lost.
17 Mar 2014
Our Access and Bridleways Officers and Affiliated Equestrian Access Groups worked harder than ever in 2013 on behalf of all equestrians, to ensure that riders and carriage drivers have safe off-road routes to ride and carriage drive on.
17 July 2013
The result of the recent election for five Trustees to join the Board of The British Horse Society was announced on Tuesday 16 July.
23 May 2013
William Reddaway and his horse Strider took a detour from their 2,500 mile journey around the country to visit The British Horse Society headquarters in Stareton, Kenilworth on Tuesday 21 May.
31 Jan 2013
The Equestrian Access Forum (EAF) has launched Making Ways for Horses, a new publication highlighting proposals for the future provision of equestrian access in England.
14 Jan 2013
The British Horse Society supports Welsh Assembly member Rhodri Glyn Thomas’s call that horses should be viewed as ‘vulnerable road users’ within the framework of Technical Advice Note (TAN) 18.
During a meeting of the Assembly, Mr...
18 July 2012
The British Horse Society has encouraged equestrians to submit applications for new bridleways as part of the Paths for Communities project, a Natural England initiative to encourage local communities to help provide new bridleways.
19 June 2012
BHS President Martin Clunes opens new 330km route across three counties
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