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.
1 Feb 2013
The BHS urges Phase 2 of HS2 to consider the access needs of equestrians.
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.
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...
On behalf of all horse riders in Scotland, The British Horse Society has submitted a document to the Land Reform Review Group (LRRG) in response to a call for evidence on the Land Reform Scotland 2003 Act (LRSA) which is ten years old this year.
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.
10 Sept 2012
The British Horse Society has successfully opposed an application for fencing part of Telscombe Tye, a Sussex common in the South Downs National Park.
30 July 2012
The British Horse Society is calling for all equestrians to have their say on the future of equestrian access.
19 June 2012
BHS President Martin Clunes opens new 330km route across three counties
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.
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