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Peter
 

Members might be interested in this article on the  British horse society web site  about  bridleways.

https://www.bhs.org.uk/our-work/access/campaigns/2026

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Peter Stubbs

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Sue Rumfitt
 

It's not just bridleways that will be lost in this way, but other public rights of way too.

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On 30/08/2019 11:37, Peter wrote:
Members might be interested in this article on the  British horse society web site  about  bridleways.

https://www.bhs.org.uk/our-work/access/campaigns/2026

Regards

Peter Stubbs

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Karol Gorny CCS115
 

Yes, it's becoming more urgent to have believed 'rights of way' included in the definitive maps prepared by local councils. And having such rights of way defined as bridleways rather than footpaths means that cyclists can legally use them so, even (especially?) in built up areas where a horse is never likely to tread, always try for a bridleway definition.