2012 Press release from BHS Head Office and other items of interest

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July 2012 press releases
Date Subject PDF Document
30th July 2012 Improve Rights of Way Equestrians need to speak now to improve rights of way. The British Horse Society is calling for all equestrians to have their say on the future of equestrian access.Click here to view the more information on Improve Rights of Way
27th July 2012 Are lower speed limits the answer? As some of Britain’s most vulnerable road users, horse riders and carriage drivers are being urged to give their views on whether lowering speed limits will make our roads safer. Click here to view the more information on Are lower speed limits the answer?
24th July 2012 Harmony in the saddle! Whether horse riders or cyclists, it is hoped that a new advice leaflet issued today (24 July) will help to make time in the saddle safer and more enjoyable for all. Click here to view the more information on Harmony in the saddle!
20th July 2012 TREC-ing to Scotland! Riders from around the UK will be heading to Fife, Scotland to compete in the BHS TREC Championships over the weekend of 11 and 12 August. Click here to view the more information on TREC-ing to Scotland!
20th July 2012 Celebrate with care! Riders from around the UK will be heading to Fife, Scotland to compete in the BHS TREC Championships over the weekend of 11 and 12 August. Click here to view the more information on Celebrate with care!
16th July 2012 Time to act on deadly weed. The British Horse Society (BHS) is continuing its fight to combat the toxic plant Ragwort with a third nationwide survey this month. Click here to view the more information on Time to act on deadly weed
12th July 2012 Britain’s grassroots riders will face battle of their own. As the world’s top riders compete for that coveted Olympic Gold in Greenwich, Britain’s most talented amateur riders will contest a prestigious title of their own.Click here to view the more information on Britain’s grassroots riders will face battle of their own
12th July 2012 Hope for horse riders in Forestry report. As the world’s top riders compete for that coveted Olympic Gold in Greenwich, Britain’s most talented amateur riders will contest a prestigious title of their own.Click here to view the more information on Hope for horse riders in Forestry report
6th July 2012 Horse charity puts the focus on dogs. The British Horse Society has responded to the Defra consultation on a package of measures to promote more responsible dog ownership and to reduce dog attacks.Click here to view the more information on Horse charity puts the focus on dogs