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  • Five Pits Horsewatch and Countryside Access Group

    The group was set up as part of the national horse watch scheme which is supported by the Derbyshire police service. The aim being to notify horse owners of thefts, damage to premises, welfare issues and any other horse related incidents. Th...

    Location: East Midlands - Derbyshire

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  • Bromley Bridleways Access Group

    Bromley Bridleways Access Group

    Location: London - London

    Tel: 07765 252428

  • Safety and Facilities for Equestrians

    Safety & Facilities for Equestrians (SAFE)

    Location: South East Wales

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  • Shelford and District Bridleways Group

    Shelford and District Bridleways Group aims to support and promote local access to bridleways, other rights of way and permissive tracks for equestrians to use and enjoy. The major housing and highway developments in South Cambridgeshir...

    Location: East of England - Cambridgeshire

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  • Saltburn and District Bridleways Group

    Saltburn and District Bridleways Group was formed in 2003. The group campaigns and fundraises to maintain and improve bridleways around Saltburn, Marske, Redcar, New Marske, Dunsdale and Skelton. Members receive regular newsletters and ...

    Location: Cleveland - North

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  • Staffordshire Moorlands Bridleways Group

    We are the Staffordshire Moorlands Group and we aim to promote the permanent preservation for the benefits of the public byways and bridleways.

    Location: Staffordshire - West Midlands

    Tel: 07843 462372

  • South Staffordshire and District Bridleways Group

    The aims of our group are: To work in Partnership with County, District & Parish Councils   To maintain and improve the conditions of bridle paths   To build links with local landowners to maintain and increase ac...

    Location: West Midlands - Staffordshire

    Tel: 07779 135815

  • Black Mountains and Golden Valley Bridleways

    The Black Mountains & Golden Valley Bridleways group is a BHS affiliated equestrian access group.

    Location: Herefordshire - West Midlands

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  • Ashdown Forest Riding Association

    The Ashdown Forest Riding Association is a BHS affiliated equestrian access group based in the Ashdown Forest area of East Sussex.

    Location: East Sussex - South East

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  • Rusper and Newdigate Bridleways Association

    We are a small, friendly group of people, not all horse riders, who are interested in maintaining the local bridleways. Typical problems are boggy tracks as we are situated on very heavy Wealden Clay, so we are campaigning for more all-weather...

    Location: Surrey - South East

    Tel:

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