At last we start to see the beginning of things starting to happen! The committee will shortly start to pencil in plans for the coming months. It is likely that we will be able to start lessons in May and then continue with our normal activities – assuming that there are no Covid set backs. […]
For seven weeks from early November parts of the Biddulph Valley Way will be closed for maintenance work. Full details are availabe via the Friends of Biddulph Valley Way Facebook page. As of 9th November it is the area by the cantering track by the railway viaduct which is closed. The work is on the […]
For general enquiries please contact Genni Butler at Cheshire East rights of way departement. For local issues please ask for Nicola for North East Cheshire, Evan for the North West area, Barry for the central area and Genni for the South area. Contact information on the Cheshire East website.
We are running fortnightly sessions of beginner jumping sessions. Groups of approximately six riders. £15 per rider. Beginners are from cross poles to about 60cm. 7pm till 8pm. Please contact Joy Toomer [email protected] to book or use Facebook. Please make sure you are a current BBA member before booking on to lessons as not […]
Some members may not be aware that Pat Amies has now sorted access for riders to use the path behind the pub which links the new bridlepath from Giantswood Lane with School Lane and thus avoids having to ride along a section of the A34. We should all be most grateful to Pat for her […]
The committee would be most grateful if members paying for events by cash would kindly put their payment in an envelope with clear details of name and event entered. Assistance in this matter would be very much appreciated as we like to make sure that there is as little risk of error as possible. Payment […]
Pat Amies has successfully claimed FP 8 at Siddington and it is now a bridleway. its actually a tarmaced road leading to Blake house Farm but only a bit is used to connect to a RP . Well done, Pat!
The committee asks members attending ridden events to carry in case of emergency details with them. This can be a card in a pocket – please not in a hat. It can be in your mobile phone under ICE but not if there is a pin code. The BBA provides ICE bands which can be […]
The organisation expects our participants to be wearing hats to the correct standard and body protectors which are to the current accepted level. Crash hats without a peak should be worn for cross country. Air jackets are optional but should be declared on entry to an indoor school/lesson. If in doubt as to the correct […]