Bradenham Trails also HSR4H information

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THE NATIONAL TRUST BRADENHAM ESTATE 

PERMITTED HORSE TRACKS

 For many years the National Trust have allowed permit holders to ride paths on land at the rear of what was Shana Riding School and between Bradenham Woods Lane and Smalldean Lane.  There is also one path on the other side of Bradenham Woods Lane which links in with the existing public bridleway and from these into National Trust permissive paths for riders. 

Please remember HSR4H is an independent trail now includes the running of the Bradenham Trails 

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HSR4H – Safer Routes for Horses

 Please click on the link to the HSR4H Bridleways Association website. 

 http://hsr4hba.zohosites.com/mobile/contact.html

Link: MAP for SR4H trails 

Link: HSR4H Bridleways Association

Link: website link http://hsr4hba.zohosites.com/mobile/contact.html

If you would like to ride the trails, please Contact the HSR4H 

We are very lucky to have this facility at such a low price, so even if you only ride the paths once a year, please be fair and pay for a permit. It is also essential that you keep to the paths and do not stray onto footpaths. The bridle paths are shared with walkers so please give way and take care.

Click here for the MAP:  Bradenham map  

Please find an interactive MAP of the trail and surrounding area below: 

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Please remember HSR4H is an independent trail now includes the running of the Bradenham Trails 

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HSR4H – Safer Routes for Horses

 Please click on the link to the HSR4H Bridleways Association website. 

 http://hsr4hba.zohosites.com/mobile/contact.html

Link: MAP for SR4H trails 

Link: HSR4H Bridleways Association

Link: website link http://hsr4hba.zohosites.com/mobile/contact.html

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 For more details on Access and Rights of way of Bridleways etc. Please see the following document : CLICK HERE