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  • Jasmine Safety Track Trust

    Jasmine Safety Track Trust

    Location: East of England - Hertfordshire

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  • Safety and Facilities for Equestrians

    Safety & Facilities for Equestrians (SAFE)

    Location: South East Wales

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  • Hampden Safer Routes for Horses Bridleways Association

    Hampden Safer Routes for Horses Bridleways Association

    Location: South - Buckinghamshire

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  • Border Bridleways Association

    The Cheshire/Staffordshire Border Bridleways Association is a local group with objectives to enhance and protect existing bridleways and the rights of all equestrians. We meet monthly to discuss bridleway issues relevant to horse riders and any other...

    Location: Cheshire - North West

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  • Cumbria Bridleways Society

    Cumbria Bridleways Society is a group of like-minded people who work voluntarily to keep your countryside tracks open and functional. We help to preserve and maintain safe off-road routes throughout the county. Established in 1979, we have dea...

    Location: Cumbria - North West

    Tel: 07762 795744

  • Lilleshall Equestrian Access Group

    Lilleshall Equestrian Access Group

    Location: West Midlands

    Tel: Adel Squire - 07836 576611

  • Milnrow and Newhey Bridleways Group

    Our aim is to keep local bridleway routes open and properly maintained to give riders access to safe, off-road riding, allowing people of all ages to enjoy the great outdoors and a healthier lifestyle.  We aim to promote these routes to e...

    Location: North West - Lancashire

    Tel: 01706 841120

  • Peak Horsepower

    Peak Horsepower has been created to extend and improve the Peak District bridleway network. Their priorities are: Seeking improvements to bridleways and by-ways to make them safe and ensure they are accessible to horse riders and free fr...

    Location: East Midlands - Derbyshire

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  • South Staffordshire and District Bridleways Group

    The aims of our group are: To work in Partnership with County, District & Parish Councils   To maintain and improve the conditions of bridle paths   To build links with local landowners to maintain and increase access  ...

    Location: West Midlands - Staffordshire

    Tel: 07779 135815

  • Ulster Rural Riders Association

    Centred in County Down, the only BHS Bridleway Group in Northern Ireland, Ulster Rural Riders Association was formed in 1988, with two aims: To Promote the creation of bridleways to enable riders to ride in the countryside in safety. ...

    Location: Northern Ireland - Ireland

    Tel: info@urra.org.uk

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