16 Dec 2020
As people plan their celebrations during Christmas and New Year, the BHS is collaborating with the National Farmers Union (NFU) and urging people to think twice before releasing a sky lantern. While the decorative lanterns may look pretty floating ac...
1 Dec 2020
Giving Tuesday is celebrated on the Tuesday following the well-known shopping days of Black Friday and Cyber Monday - in 2020 it falls on 1 December 2020. It is a day to give back to a cause close to your heart. Donate money, volunteer your time, sha...
16 Nov 2020
With someone injured on a UK road every four minutes, and vehicle speed playing a part in every crash, this Road Safety Week Brake are sharing the what, the why, and the where of speed through this year’s theme ‘No Need to Speed&rs...
New statistics released by The British Horse Society (BHS) show road incidents involving horses and vehicles are continuing to rise with 1,037 incidents reported to the equine charity over the past year.
The BHS collates incident statistics each ye...
28 Oct 2020
BHS Scotland is urging all Scottish horse and pony owners to apply for their ScotEquine card.
In the last year, more than double the number of incidents involving fireworks were reported to the BHS, up from 66 to 134. Over 400 incidents and, tragically, 23 horse fatalities have been reported to the BHS since 2010.
7 Oct 2020
Children at Holme St. Cuthbert Primary School in Cumbria enjoyed the excitement of a Royal visit earlier this week when HRH The Princess Royal attended as part of a road safety campaign run by The British Horse Society (BHS).
1 Oct 2020
The British Horse Society has created a survey to learn more about the activity of owners when caring for and exercising their horses, ponies, donkeys and mules. The survey also aims to understand their activity when using public roads and off-road t...
7 Sept 2020
We are urging riders and carriage drivers to have their say on the proposed changes to the Highway Code, aimed at improving the safety of vulnerable road users.
The government launched a consultation on the amendments, which are specifically designed...
Following pleas from local riders, eight specially commissioned ‘Dead Slow’ road signs have been installed around the village of Brewood as the threat of traffic connected to a major housing development is causing alarm to the equestrian community.
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