Horse riding

If you love to roam the countryside on your horse, then you should join the Open Spaces Society.

If you love to roam the countryside on your horse, then you should join the Open Spaces Society.

We are experts on all types of public rights of way, including bridleways, and we can help you defend them when they are under threat.

We can help you claim a bridle path, remove a blockage, or lobby your highway authority.

We also have a network of dedicated volunteers known as local correspondents who can help you in your local area.

shutterstock_374135479

Protect your right to roam, join us today.

News about Horse riding

Our new ‘eyes and ears’ for north Dorset

We have appointed Keith Yarwood as our local correspondent for north Dorset. Keith will be our eyes and ears, keeping a close watch on paths, commons, greens and open spaces in the former North Dorset District Council area. Keith is also vice-chair of Stourpaine Parish Council.  He is familiar with checking the state of public…
Read More

Our last-minute bid to rescue lost commons

We have made 78 applications to rescue lost commons in England’s seven pioneer areas[1]  before the deadline of 31 December 2020. The applications are to register these precious spaces as common land.  If successful, they will give the public the right to walk, and in some cases to ride, on the land and will protect…
Read More

Happy Christmas 2020

Watch our general secretary, Kate Ashbrook’s Christmas 2020 message. TweetShare0 Shares
Read More
From Mynydd Bodran looking north to the common

We fight development on Conwy common

We have objected to a planning application on a common at Mynydd Bodrochwyn, Llanfair Talhaiarn, five miles south of Abergele in Conwy. The application, from Mr Norman Frost, is for a museum and car-park.  The North Wales Ramblers are among the objectors.   The Open Spaces Society has pointed out that, since the land affected…
Read More
10 Shares