Rutland Bridleway Temporary Closure
Bridleway E184 from the top of the Wisp to where it joins Bridleway C87 from Braunston to Cottage Farm, Withcote, will be closed from 18th March to 16th April to enable culvert works to be carried out. To see the route of the bridleway, please click here.
There was a debate in Parliament on the 5th November about the new Highway Code. We featured the BHS request to write to MPs asking that horses be included as vulnerable road users and that the BHS campaign - Slow or Dead Slow - be incorporated into the new Highway Code. To view a PDF report from Hansard of the debate, please click here.
As you know, all off road horse riding routes not registered at present as bridleways or byways have to be added to the definitive map by 31st December 2025 or else they will be lost for ever! The Leicestershire Local Access Forum has set up a special committee to carry out the detailed historic research needed to prove registration and the LRBA Executive Committee have agreed to donate £300 per year from now until 2025 to help with the incidental expenses associated with this work. If you would like to be involved in this project, either by participating or by making a personal donation, please contact our Networks Officer, Vicky Allen firstname.lastname@example.org who will be delighted to hear from you.
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