One of the main problems facing horse and pony riders (and carriage drivers) is the lack of somewhere safe to enjoy their activities. Today's motorists are unaware of horses and the risks involved in driving past them at speed. Bridleways and Access groups work to improve and maintain existing bridleway networks and develop new ones where possible.
Leicestershire and Rutland Bridleways Association
Improving and extending the counties' Bridleways network. Includes news, membership information and dates.
Mendip Bridleways & Byways Association
Aims to protect and preserve the character and status of Mendip's Green Ways, and to create linking and circular routes for the safe use and enjoyment of all users. News, articles and events plus membership information.
The National Federation of Bridleway Associations
Designed to help bridleway users and promote equestrian access, protect rights of way and ancient bridleways, and maintains a list of open and closed bridleways.
Ride UK - The National Bridleroute
An initiative to develop a national bridleroute network around the UK. News, maps, bed and breakfast providers for horses and riders, and design information for paths.
South Somerset Bridleways Association
Aims to preserve and maintain existing bridleways and to restore old rights of way, in the South Somerset District Council area. News, events, membership information.
Wiltshire Bridleways Association
Preserving, maintaining and researching bridleways and byways in Wiltshire and Borough of Swindon area. Includes newsletter and contacts.
Worplesdon & District Bridleways Association
Raises funds to maintain and create bridleways in Pirbright, Normandy, Ash, Wood Street and Whitmoor Common.
Last update:October 19, 2015 at 19:12:29 UTC