If off road riding is your bag……………
Anyone interested in equestrian access and BHS Access reps old and new, can now avail themselves with bright modern training (currently virtually) in a brand new six session programme designed to increase understanding of the legislation and produce enthusiastic and effective access reps who are supported and enjoy improving equestrian access in their area.
The six session, with supporting documentation are; Equestrian Access in Scotland roles and responsibilities, Equestrian Access groups, Legal framework; access in Scotland, Dealing with Problems, Maintaining and supporting equestrian access and mapping and promoting equestrian access.
They are delivered currently by BHS consultant Vyv Wood Gee and judging by the first session (which can be repeated if anyone new wants to join the programme) the surrounding discussion and sharing of experiences adds an extra dimension. The BHS works in partnership with many stakeholders and advocates multi-use access and well as education for horse riders in being responsible. If anyone wishes to join please email Helene Mauchlen