Equestrian Access & Public Bridleways
DMMO Applications During Covid-19 Pandemic
DMMO Applications may now be submitted as normal, subject to any necessary social distancing measures, for instance if required to post notices on site and in Wales the current requirement to stay local (within 5 miles from home). Consequently, with effect from Monday 22 June, approved volunteers may make DMMO applications in the name of the BHS and notices of such applications may be served on owners and occupiers or posted on site as necessary.
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We're dedicated to enhancing and maintaining the UK’s equestrian access network and our team of 280 local volunteer Access and Bridleway Officers and local equestrian groups mean you've always got help and representation close by.
We also organise events and training around the UK to provide you the information you need to defend your Rights of Way.
Find new places to ride and carriage drive on our National Equestrian Route Network.
How we protect and improve access
Launch new routes, public bridleways and fundraise to defend endangered rights of way for riders and carriage drivers
Record legal rights, and preserve and reinstate routes
Provide localised advice, support and assistance through our network of dedicated Access Officers
If you don't find what you are looking for, or you require more information on any of our campaigns, or campaigns that we support, contact us.
We also have a range of useful leaflets to view and download.
Learn about our work around the UK:
Find Out More About Our Access Work