With the increasing popularity of riding, especially amongst the young, and the roads becoming more and more dangerous, safe rider routes are becoming vital.
Our Association was formed to preserve and maintain existing bridleways and to restore old rights of way, many of which were incorrectly classified, or not registered at all when the Definitive Map was made.
We aim to promote good relations with landowners, to work closely with County, District and Parish Councils, and to co-operate with other user groups.
Our summer rides programme uses some of the good off-road routes in the area, using a Read & Ride system, with map and written guide. The annual meeting in the autumn includes a speaker on a subject related to riding and horses. Spring and Autumn newsletters are produced for members. The Spring newsletter includes a list of the Summer fun ride dates in the area
The subscription for membership is payable on 1 January annually. Members joining after 1st November in any year will be considered as paid up members for the following year.