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Bridleways Associations                

Bridleways Associations are most valuable organisations for preserving and looking after our bridleways and ridden paths.

  • Locally they monitor and report on the condition of our paths, obstructions and any other issues that can prevent our paths form being enjoyed.
  • They bring riders and other users together and keep them informed, often by a regular newsletter.
  • Associations often provide voluntary effort for clearing paths that have become overgrown to supplement the work of the county and the parishes.
  • Support of these associations shows to the local councils and the county how important our paths are.
  • Bridleways association have succeeded in getting many more of our ridden paths made into definitive bridleways
  • Associations often organise activities such as bridleway rides and other social events.

Bridleways Associations in Cornwall are:

West Penwith Bridleways Association
(Serving Riders of West Cornwall)

Web: http://www.bhsaccesscornwall.org.uk/westpenwithbridleways
Breague and Germoe Bridleways Association Web http://www.bgba.moonfruit.com
Gwinear and District Footpaths and Bridleways Association
Contacts:     Zoe Rushforth:     zoerushforth@aol.com;
                     Geoff  Webster:   01736 851173
Polgooth and District Bridleways Association web: http://www.bhsaccesscornwall.org.uk/polgoothanddistrictbridleways

Stoke Climsland & District Riding Association (SCADRA)

Web:: http://www.scadra.co.uk

              
 

If you cannot see an association near where you ride but are interested in preserving the bridleways and paths you ride please

email: bhsaccesscornwall@btinternet.com, or Tel: 01736 795098