BHS help better access

By: Horse Deals

BHS help better access
BHS help better access
The British Horse Society is encouraging riders and carriage drivers to hold an equestrian event to mark BHS Access Week (21-31 May)

The Access Week encourages BHS staff, volunteers and members to hold events to raise awareness of equestrian access issues, including promoting local bridleways.

A Ride for Access pack is available from the BHS which contains everything required to organise and publicise your event.

The BHS is extending a challenge to those in search of adventure.
The BHS Skydive for Access encourages you to do a sponsored skydive to raise money. You can book a place at Langar, Nottinghamshire on 20 August or Hinton, Northamptonshire on 21 August.

BHS senior executive, Access Heather Clatworthy said: "If you’re looking for a challenge, perhaps really passionate about rights of way, or simply love extreme sports, what better a way to show your dedication than doing something as bold as jumping out of a plane? This is an amazing, adrenaline filled way of raising funds and awareness for the BHS’s access work, and a great reason to do something you may have only dreamed of before."

For more information about Access Week visit