How we protect and improve access
- We protect off road access and work to extend it where possible
- We record legal rights, preserve and reinstate routes, and fundraise to defend endangered rights of way for riders and carriage drivers
- Localised advice, support and assistance is provided through our network of dedicated access officers
- We also organise events and training around the UK to provide you with the information you need to defend your rights of way
- We offer extensive downloadable resources to support you and your team
Equestrian Access Groups
The BHS has around 70 affiliated equestrian access groups who work across the UK to defend, extend, improve and promote safe, easily accessible off-road riding for everyone.
Find your local Equestrian Access Group
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Ashdown Forest Riding Association
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The Ashdown Forest Riding Association aims to improve riding conditions in the Ashdown Forest and ensure that it is kept available to riders.
Black Mountains and Golden Valley Bridleways
map-marker Herefordshire, UK