2 July 2021
The BHS PR & Communications team are thrilled to announce we have won two PRCA DARE Awards, the Charity/Not for Profit Award and the Media Relations Award, for our Dead Slow campaign at the end of 2020.
23 June 2021
As we have emerged from lockdown over the past few months, more riders have been tacking up and getting out for a hack. While I have enjoyed seeing and hearing of friends and colleagues relishing the recent good weather, sadly, it also means an incre...
11 June 2021
With funding from the Department for Transport, The BHS is currently undertaking a major piece of research to help inform our future strategy and campaign plans around road safety.
19 Apr 2021
You may have seen the launch of our most recent Dead Slow campaign, where we released new statistics on the number of road incidents involving horses reported to us in the last year and launched our new reporting app, Horse i.
12 Apr 2021
The British Horse Society’s Sefton Awards honour those who have made an outstanding contribution in the field of equestrian safety. The winners are PCSO Tracey Johnson, Staffordshire horsewoman Sue Hayes, PC Matt Hill and Shetland volunteer Kathryn N...
23 Mar 2021
If you break down – go left! That’s the message from Highways England which has launched its biggest ever campaign to help drivers feel safer as the nation travels the Government’s roadmap out of the lockdown.
With self-contained ...
8 Mar 2021
The British Horse Society has released a new app that enables equestrians to quickly and easily submit details of incidents that have negatively affected their safety.
The free of charge new app, ‘Horse i’, has been specifically designed ...
4 Mar 2021
Ride Out UK 2020 was a little different due to Covid-19, but that did not stop people getting involved and raising crucial funds for equestrian routes.
Ride Out UK is our annual campaign which celebrates and raises awareness of the great wor...
23 Feb 2021
A call to any riders who live or ride within the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park (LLTNP), to improve access.
17 Feb 2021
People celebrating Chinese New Year are being urged to do so without setting off sky lanterns as figures show lanterns are still causing the deaths of horses and livestock as well as posing a real fire risk.
The NFU and The British Horse So...
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