Dear Public Rights of Way users I write on behalf of the Cheshire East Local Access Forum which is a statutory body established under section 94 of the Countryside and Rights of Way (CROW) Act 2000, to provide advice on access to the countryside. As the appointing local authority, Cheshire East Council is required, in […]
As a BHS affiliated bridleway group we get information about upcoming events in the North West region. Currently there is Access training, Dressage coaching, xc teqhnique training and a camp to be run at Aintree racecourse. For further information use the link on this website and go to news in your area or facebook.com/BHS.NW.
Riders are reminded that in the event of any sort of accident involving horses you are asked to report the incident to the BHS on their website. This is very important as the BHS cannot make a case for improving facilities for horses without the relevant information to back it up. This report form can […]
Cheshire Police are asking riders to help them in the fight against rural crime. We are pleased to be welcoming a member of the police force to our April meeting to formiliarise us with the help which they can offer us and the assistance we can offer them. In the meantime please check out: www.cheshire.police.uk […]
Footpaths 6 and 7 are now officially Bridleways 10 and 11 respectively. The effect of the order, as confirmed without modification, is to modify the definitive map and statement for the area by adding: Public Footpath No.6, Parish of Arclid, commencing at its junction with Public Footpath no. 7, Arclid at OS grid reference SJ […]
The Cheshire East Borough Council Definitive Map and Statement (Upgrading of Public Footpath No 9 (part) to Bridleway and addition of Public Bridleway No 12, Parish of Higher Hurdsfield and addition of Public Bridleway No 98, Parish of Macclesfield) Modification Order 2013 Following a Public Hearing on 9th September 2014 an Inspector appointed by the […]
If you have a minor issue with a right of way (first make sure it has bridleway status), it will probably be sufficient to contact Cheshire East or Cheshire West Rights of Way department, both of which have contact details on their websites. Minor issues such as damaged gates will usually be dealt with quite […]
THE CHESHIRE/STAFFORDSHIRE BORDER BRIDLEWAY ASSOCIATION CONSTITUTION Name 1 The name of the Association is the Cheshire/Staffordshire Border Bridleway Association (“the Association”). Objects 2 The objects of the Association are to: procure, enhance and protect potential and existing bridleways, byways and other ways useable by horse riders; procure, enhance and protect the rights of all horse […]
As discussed at recent meeting we are now in the process of paying for a gate for Bridleway 1 Leekfrith. The donation will be for the sum of £260 and we hope that some of our members will have pleasure in using it for years to come.