11 Jan 2021
East Midlands - Derbyshire
Many thanks to a farmer and BHS Access and Bridleways Officer in Derbyshire for improving equestrian access on the Ashover BW9 bridleway by replacing an old gate and barbed wire fence with a new gate and post and rail fencing. (Photo courtesy of a lo...
7 Dec 2020
East Midlands - Nottinghamshire
BHS Access, Bridleways,Trent, Vale, Trail, East, Midlands
East Midlands - North Lincs - South Lincs
Lincolnshire Bridleway Brinkhill 19 has been transformed for horse riders thanks to a local BHS Volunteer reporting the overgrown vegetation to Lincolnshire - see before and after photos from June and November!
For more information contact our BHS M...
2 Dec 2020
South Lincs - East Midlands - North Lincs
Natural England’s proposals for the section of England Coast Path from Hunstanton to Sutton Bridge are available for comment until 20 January 2021. The BHS will be making a response but you can also have your say directly about equestrian acces...
10 Aug 2020
Free BHS Information leaflets on level crossings and many other topics can be found on the website
19 Feb 2020
East Midlands - North Lincs
BHS North Lincolnshire held a taster clinic on Tigger the horse simulator at Lincolnshire Rural Activities Centre, Louth on Saturday 15 February.
Liz Madeley, approved BHS instructor taught 28 15 minute sessions throughout the day.
26 June 2019
The annual Stenigot Ride which was part of the BHS Ride Out UK initiative took place once again in on the Dennis' stunning Stenigot Estate on the Lincolnshire Wolds on 9 June.
19 Feb 2019
Local riders are celebrating after finally getting this route re-opened to equestrians after 11 long years.
18 Apr 2018
Entries are now open for the SEIB Insurance Brokers (SEIB) Burghley Sponsored Ride which will take place at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials on Sunday 2nd September 2018. This will be the 17th time the ride has been held on the final day of the ...
11 Oct 2017
East Midlands - South Lincs - Leicestershire - Northamptonshire
Royal Air Force Wittering has obtained a limited supply of day-glow tabards and quarter-sheets for nearby riders to wear, so that they’re more visible to aeroplanes and helicopters alike.
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