One of the largest, most proactive and friendliest Bridleway Associations in the country.
Affiliated to the British Horse Society and an entirely voluntary organisation dedicated to maintaining, and creating safe riding routes for all.
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Really great photos Caitlin at the Stourhead Ride. Many thanks
Next Ride – Greenscombe on October 9th.
Another great fund raising year for MBBA with lots of big projects completed. With our new Chairman Jo Rossiter at the helm, we look forward to the coming year.
The funds are available – so let’s have some projects from you for 2017!
As we are an entirely voluntary association, all the money from subscriptions and fundraising goes to improve our riding routes in Mendip and create new ones. It is time for all riders to take on the responsibility of ensuring the future of off road riding. You know what significant improvements MBBA has achieved in the last few years in fact over the past 8 years we have funded over £75,000 worth of improvements to routes across Mendip.
Your support as a member is the cornerstone of our Association and enables our work to continue.
Please join today – it is just £15.00 per annum and gives big benefits to members. email@example.com
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a problem with a right of way and we will try to fix it. Sometimes we joint fund with Somerset County Council, sometimes we fund the whole project ourselves. Whatever the problem, we promise to do our best and stretch our funds as far as they will go.
The aims of the Association are to protect and preserve the character and status of Mendip’s green Ways, to advertise their existence via our map marking service and to encourage the active participation of our members to identify routes in need of improvement. We have a good working partnership with Somerset County Council and indeed many of our projects are joint funded.
To find out how we have been improving rights of way in the area, please see our Routes News page.
If you would like to join the Mendip Bridleways & Byways Association, please proceed to our Membership page, where more details and a membership form are available.