bridle path

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


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Turn left following the pavement for 3/4 mile, (after 1/2 mile you pass the entrance to the Harley Gallery and Dukeries Garden Centre) until you reach a signposted bridleway by Nursery Lodge.
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.
A ROAD wrangle will go before a Secretary of State as villagers battle plans to use narrow bridleways as public roads.
The bridleway is less than a five-minute drive from junction seven of the M3.
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.
The society has previously submitted two orders for the section of existing path to become a bridleway.
At the left hand bend (before Picton village) we turn right and follow the minor roadway ahead past Hill House Cottage as far as the right hand bend where we join the bridleway via a metal gate to continue ahead along the left hand field edge.
1 From the car park follow the bridleway known as Heron Drove to the north through the vehicle barrier.
The rights of 'drift' or droving can be recorded on a modern bridleway and indicate that the right to drive animals is included in the rights for 'all-purpose' public roads.
A PETITION signed by more than 1,000 people has been handed to a firm which has ignored requests for a bridleway.
NEATH PORT TALBOT COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL (FOOTPATHS 5, 6, 7 AND 17 AND BRIDLEWAY 8 AND UNNUMBERED BRIDLEWAY, RESOLVEN) (TEMPORARY CLOSURES) ORDER 2014 NOTICE is given that the Council in exercise of its powers under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) intends in not less than 7 days to make an Order which will temporarily close those lengths of Footpaths 5, 6, 7, and 17 and Bridleway 8 and an unnumbered Bridleway, Resolven, Neath as set out in the Schedule to pedestrians, horse riders and pedal cyclists.