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Our Governance

The British Horse Society is governed by its Constitution, charity law and by other statutory duties. Under the provisions of the Constitution, the Board of Trustees is legally responsible for the affairs of The British Horse Society and has the power to delegate this responsibility. 

  • Last reviewed: 13th July 2022
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The primary purpose of national, regional and county committees is to deliver the objectives of The British Horse Society at a local level and to provide a link between members around the country and The British Horse Society Headquarters. 

The primary purpose of advisory committees is to provide advice to the Board, although they also have an important role in ensuring that The British Horse Society's policies are adapted to changing circumstances and are consistently applied. 

There is an operational framework for national, regional and local committees and separate terms of reference for advisory committees.

 

Download our Constitution.