bridleway


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bridleway

[ˈbraɪdəlweɪ] n (British)piste f cavalière
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Historically the country bridleway was an old railway line that ran behind Ouselaw, near Kibblesworth, and led to Birtley.
The group travelled across the Meltham and Wessenden Moor in the up to four hour trip, which was organised by Bev and Mark Corrigan of the Kirklees Bridleways Group to promote the awareness of Bridleways in the local area.
Bridleway 8 Resolven That length of Bridleway 8 Resolven commencing at point D (Grid Ref.
At the crossroads take the first path on the left (following public bridleway sign).
But Cllr Loch said the surface was chosen to maintain the lane's rural character and added: "This bridleway has been identified as requiring improvement to make it more accessible to a wider range of users.
Mostyn Estates Ltd are the landowner on which Spheremania operates and also the owner of the woodland which the bridleway passes through.
Follow the bridleway past Glyntawe campsite into the village and back to the car.
The bridleway is less than a five-minute drive from junction seven of the M3.
The body of 19-year-old Ms Nedic was found by a man walking his dog in a bridleway off Heath End Lane, Snitterfield, on January 13.
Brickshed Cottage is prominent on the roadside and a wooden gate beside the property leads to a bridleway that runs uphill beside a fence to a metal gate (on the right).
Vera Darby, British Horse Society bridleways officer, told the Daily Post that the place that Spheremania had chosen was directly alongside a "well-used and essential bridleway" providing riding, cycling and walking for tourists and local residents.
A ROAD wrangle will go before a Secretary of State as villagers battle plans to use narrow bridleways as public roads.