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Riders have Rights

It's vitally important that riders know and maintain their Rights of Way.
If we dont know and maintain our Rights of Way, we will have less and less land on which to ride.

The problem is knowing our Rights of Way

If you are uncertain or have any queries about your Rights of Way
e-mail the Horseytalk.net Rights of Way Hotline

BobMilton@ horseytalk.net

He will tell you your Rights

or can visit Bob's website for more infoAbbeylands

Worried about access to public lands. The man to ask is Tony Barnett Tony Barnett

Common heritage was set up to investigate the status of common lands to the benefit of all that wish to take air, exercise and recreation on horses or as walkers without having to circumvent unlawful impediments such as gates, cattle grids and fencing.

If you are met with such impacts on your rights to access common lands and ancient pathways contact "common heritage" either through horseytalk or direct vis commonheritage
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Below is an archive of all articles and stories that have appeared on Horseytalk.net.

They are listed in chronological order - newest to oldest (2010) in their respective categories.

Bob MiltonBOB MILTON

RIGHTS OF WAY RIGHTS OF WAY

Tony BarnettTONY BARNETT

Steve YandallsTEVE yANDALL

NATURAL ENGLAND

Maureen ComberMaureen Comber

STOP H2SSTOP H2S

Sandra SmithSandra Smith

Says Steve McCarronSteve McCarron

Sarah PalmerSarah Palmer

SAVE OUR fORESTS

Rider RightsRider Rights

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