FARMERS are being reminded to ensure that footpaths, bridleways and other rights of way on their land remain open and unobstructed while they plough and sow over the autumn.
What does BR stand for?
BR stands for Bridleway (UK planning & zoning)
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- Breastroke (swimming)
- Breeder Reactor
- Bridgewire Resistance
Samples in periodicals archive:
I note that the British Horse Society are claiming that the bridleway is "ancient".
HORSE riders are invited to help raise funds for Saltburn and District Bridleways Group by saddling up for a 12-mile pleasure ride up Eston Nab.
It follows a case in which the High Court recently upheld Hampshire County Council's decision to reclassify two rural bridleways as bridleways open to all traffic (BOATs).
Both cars were reversed into the bridleway off Heath End.
They are designed to help free some of the 25,000 miles of footpaths and bridleways which are blocked or difficult to use.
The Society claims that the sport, in which two people are strapped into a giant inflatable ball and rolled down a hill, is ruining their use of an ancient bridleway and making it impossible to ride horses safely in the area.
In October 2009, Mr Kind, 61, of Brunton Park in Gosforth, Newcastle, complained to the council that a cattle grid, which sits across the full length of a bridleway at Capheaton, was an obstruction of it.