New chairman for BHS

By: Horse Deals

New chairman for BHS
New chairman for BHS
Dr Phil Wadey has been elected as the new chairman of the BHS.
Phil is a chartered engineer and law graduate who has been a BHS volunteer for 20 years, initially as a member of Riding Clubs’ Executive Committee and then as a local access officer.
He has been Regional Access Officer (East) since 1996, is currently chairman of the Access and Rights of Way Advisory Committee and was co-founder of the Ride-UK project.

Carole Broad FBHS was elected vice-chairman. She passed her Fellowship examination in 1995 and is chief instructor of Huntley School of Equitation.
Bob Milton, Marjory Norrie and Vicky Whiteman were elected to the Board of Trustees by members.

Bob has been associated with riding clubs and bridleway groups for more than 35 years and is BHS bridleway officer for Guildford and NE Hampshire. He advises the CPRE on Access and is commissioner for Greenham Council for CCPR.

Marjory is well-known to members of British Riding Clubs, having represented Strathmore and District RC at various levels for more than 30 years. Currently the Area 22 representative, she sits on the National Executive committee and also represents BRC on the BHS Scotland regional committee.

Vicky Whiteman gave up a legal career last year in order to pursue her love of horses. She took BHS exams, worked at a livery yard and joined the committees of her local riding club and bridleways group.