bridle path

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a path suitable for riding or leading horses (but not for cars)

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Gateshead Council has introduced a public space protection order on the bridleways and footways at Kibblesworth after the area was plagued by off-road motorbikes.
Kirklees Bridleways Group rode across Meltham and Wessenden Moor as part of the South Pennines Walk and Ride Festival
Unnumbered Bridleway Resolven That length of an unnumbered Bridleway in Resolven commencing at point I (Grid Ref.
The stretch of bridleway referred to as being "ancient" was only formally upgraded to a bridleway from a definitive footpath on January 24, 2005, following a lengthy consultation period and Public Enquiry.
Miss Pedley said Hiscock decided to get rid of the body to avoid telling the truth to his partner and the next day drove to Snitterfield where he left the body near a bridleway.
ASERIES of footpaths and bridleways link attractive village settings along the western edge of the North York Moors National Park.
Now the year is over, the company is operating with no constraints at all and has applied for further permission which will remove the safe use of the bridleway permanently," Ms Darby said.
The Natural Environment and Rural Communities (NERC) Act 2006 makes it illegal to ride a motorcycle or other motor vehicle on anything which is recorded on maps as a bridleway or footpath.
They also said the bunds should be placed further away from the bridleway.
Bridleway 51/20, Wooldale - from its junction with Public Footpath 52/10 to its junction with Public Footpath 53/10 2.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on 3 March 2015 the Council of the City of Newcastle upon Tyne made an Order under Section 14 of the Road Traffiaffiaf c Regulation Act 1984, the effect ef of which will be to prohibit all traffitraf c (vehicles, pedestrians and other traffitraf c) from proceeding on Bridleway 75 from 85 metres north east of Mayfield Avenue to its junction with Hexham Road.
The effect of the Order will be to temporarily prohibit any person from proceeding along the following lengths of footpaths and bridleways: -BRIDLEWAY KNOWN AS YNYSYBWL & COED-Y-CWM 2 The part of the bridleway known as Ynysybwl & Coed-y-Cwm 2 commencing at grid reference ST 0134 9731 and proceeding in a general east, north easterly direction for a distance of approximately 336 metres and terminating at grid reference ST 0189 9754.
A BRIDLEWAY targeted by fly-tippers has cost more than pounds 30,000 to clean up.
By a junction with the main road and by a house called Badger's Bank go along a signed bridleway (Map 163/189197).