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  • Forest of Dean Horse Riders and Carriage Drivers Association

    FODHRCDA joined as a BHS affiliated group in early 2006.

    Location: Gloucestershire - South West


  • 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


  • Ulster Rural Riders Association

    Centred in County Down, the only BHS Bridleway Group in Northern Ireland, Ulster Rural Riders Association was formed in 1988, with two aims: To Promote the creation of bridleways to enable riders to ride in the countryside in safety. ...

    Location: Northern Ireland - Ireland


  • Worplesdon and District Bridleways Association

    The Worplesdon & District Bridleways Association's objectives are to protect and promote bridleways and permissive equestrian routes in and around the Worplesdon groups of commons.

    Location: South East - Surrey


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