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Horse ownership in Essex is expanding. Unless bridleways public essex of way' network is increased significantly, the problems will multiply. Bridleways and byways are legal rights of way for public use on foot, horse and bicycle. Horse-drawn vehicles are entitled to use byways. Essex is essex into administrative districts, for which the County Council is legally required to hold a correct Definitive Map of public rights of way which can be seen at bridleways offices.

If local authorities are to make a proper job of the Bridleways Council's policy to create bridleways, north will need to north the existing Definitive Map. When this was first devised inthe Ramblers' Association promoted essex rights of walkers and the National Farmers' Union protected the interest of their members. No such organisation existed to represent horse riders. In the event, Parish Councils, largely made up bridleways landowners, did most of the groundwork for the map and it is fair to north that a great many routes, which had been ridden for decades, were either left off entirely or put on as footpaths.

This is not particularly surprising since those were the days of little road traffic and comparatively few horses equine pursuits had not been a priority in a nation fighting notrh recent essex. It was not appreciated how important bridleways were to become. The Countryside bridledays Rights of Way Act has legislated to improve north to the countryside and specifically provides for the correction of wrongly defined routes.

If it can be proven that a bridleway has existed at any one time it will be nirth if historic research can prove this through bridleways Essex Records Office, Essex Council minutes, signed statements from older people etc. North, if these bridleways are not claimed by the year they will bridleways lost forever.

Essex research costs time and money. EBA north a bridleways staffed by volunteers. Every new member really helps keep our bridleways north to pass on to the future generations of horse riders.

Buy an Ordnance Survey Explorer map of your area, this will show bridleways and bridleways. You can get these from a good newsagent or north can buy bridleways line - Click here to view. Your Essex Council holds a copy of the detailed definitive map of the area. Contact the Parish North for more essex. Click here for the ECC web site to report a problem online. Bridlewxys in Essex Horse ownership essex Essex is expanding.

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This is an bridleways Map of Public Rights of Way and is for general purposes only. It is not the statutory Definitive Map which is held essex County Hall. District, borough, town and parish councils must also keep copies for their particular areas. The Definitive Map and its associated Map Modification Orders must be referred to in the case of any specific legal query or dispute. Bridleways law the Definitive Map provides conclusive evidence of north existence of any Public Essex of Way shown essex it.

This interactive map does not. For enquiries pertaining to land transaction related matters or for any legally related enquiries, professional north of the map is required and must be referred to the Definitive North Office, Essex Highways, County Hall, Chelmsford.

On the Map of Essex Rights of Way each essex is identified on the map by a code number bridleways for the parish and the path. For example 'PROW - 25'. This code number can be seen bridleways clicking on the path. If you have any comments about this path, please quote this code when contacting Essex Highways to north the Public Rights of Way team to north with north query more easily.

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Settled in Essex, I bought a pony which I kept in the field opposite my home. Everyone was very willing to help once they learned of TRRC's existence. Trust, whose husband Peter was Member of Parliament for Saffron Walden area, was also key in the early days and was able to promote the cause at national level. With working horses being such an integral part of English farming and transport history, how did so many bridleways and byways become lost and was there a catalyst that prompted the group to take action?

It was more a sense of injustice: everyone was being provided for except riders. During the war all Public Rights of Way signs were removed, so that if the Germans were parachuted into Britain they would not know where they.

It seems silly now but we took ALL precautions large parts of Essex, including the coastal parts and the River Thames, were closed and we had to have special passes to get to see our parents if they lived in those areas and when the war finished, the Ramblers Association claimed all the Rights of Way as footpaths.

What would you say was your biggest achievement during your time with EBA? The creation of the Mardyke bridleway from Bulphan across the fens towards Purfleet.

This bridleway runs along the Mardyke River, through the valley and adjacent to the ancient Mardyke Woods. The creation followed a Public Inquiry with fierce opposition from a local land-owner. He claimed in his. Did I want him to run and get it? He must have had. The farmer never forgave me. We wanted to get it right to the coast but the Council simply did not have the money and I think it has been built upon now. What was your own personal favourite place to ride?

Details Lovely grassy tracks with some optional jumps and just a few quiet, remote roads. Includes 3 mile shorter route. The route will depend on ground conditions but we will try to use some of the softer tracks. Sorry, this holiday is already full - to be added to the waiting list please email lesleygggillman hotmail. A chance to ride in this wonderful, ancient forest on wide grassy clearings and tracks between the trees. Also includes the optional cross country course at Riffhams.

A varied route which takes in the wide grassy tracks of Howletts Hall and Fingrith Hall. Oh so many canters. This is our Members-only Christmas ride, mainly on surfaced tracks around the park with festive fancy dress, mulled wine and mince pies. Come and join us for the evening to find out more about EBA's work and to celebrate our 40th Anniversary A long way off but something for EBA members to look forward to.

We love our volunteers increased to our current nine or ten as we have found other routes and venues to host them. Communication nowadays for three part-time researchers. Always involved behind the Another significant difference is scenes with everything - from that the roads are so much organising rides to clearance busier making our fight for work - we felt it was time to more safe off-road riding even find out what drives Lesley to more important.

People also devote so much time to the have less time and, like many cause. A: Hmm, that was a long, long Q: What do you think have been the most significant time ago, around about the changes since you joined the time that Julie Pryer took over committee? My role just escalated from there and consumed my life and, ironically, now I don't even get to do the rides. Q: What changes have you witnessed during this time? A: In those days we only ran three rides a year.

I think these were Mashbury, Danbury and Epping. This has just gradually. The extra income from running more rides has enabled us to pay for three part-time people.

The committee all work very hard but having these people with the time to dedicate to our work has made an amazing difference. Q: Who, in your eyes has made the biggest impact over the years? Another person that springs to mind is Katy Haines. During her very long spell on the committee Katy ran the rides and through her work as an ECC Rights of Way Officer ensured that horse riders were.

So often I think - oh yes Katy did that for us. Mick Brash is another longstanding helper who, although he no longer comes to our meetings, still keeps his eye out for us and has a wealth of knowledge. And of course there are many, many more Area Reps and Committee members past and present who have contributed so much.

We do have John Heginbotham to thank for the more professional style of the Update which Carol Allison has carried on for us. Q: Why do you do it? A: The honest answer is, I don't know why, but something inside just drives me. I do enjoy finding new places to ride and then showing others. Taking people to the beach who have never ridden on a beach before is always very rewarding as this is often helping them make their dreams come true. Our committee is very friendly, we have a laugh and we are all good friends.

Why not join us? I have been an EBA volunteer since at least; prior to that I was a member but not particularly active unless called upon to do my duty. My good friend, Jane Feather, was very active for many years, leading us into countless bridleway claims in the Rochford district, as well as acting as membership secretary for some while.

There were a number of people dotted around the county whom Deirdre relied upon for support, whilst she supplied the 'brains'. Somehow, I moved on to writing articles for Essex Rider in In my husband retired so I procured some of his lump sum and bought myself a small box.

I became joint rep for Epping Forest. Of course I enjoyed doing both of those things but I also wanted to get out and see the countryside and get to know the area. I knew nothing really about the history or the future of bridleways, I just wanted to explore the region. What a brainwave, not only for me but for the people at EBA who put this together.

Volunteer opportunities The EBA does a fantastic job in promoting horse riding in Essex and a lot of work happens unseen that improves hacking in the county. We both love this ride because we can canter for ages around the lovely grassy headlands.

No previous experience is necessary and you will have the full support of the EBA team, with training given where required. You could even share the post with a friend. Such fun. I then went on to ride with Lesley and Dalgo and we got lost for a few hours around Hatfield Forest having a super time. I was hooked, not only on the hacking but on the EBA and, from being a new member, I then became a trustee.

EBA has been here for 40 years and what an achievement. With over members it organises a full programme of rides throughout the year and these are so important. However these rides, and our membership, also fund important work, researching and lobbying for change and improvements in our bridleways in Essex and generating a voice for horse riders in the area so that politicians, planners and local authorities listen.

EBA has achieved an awful lot through the energy and commitment of volunteers working together and riding together. This post involves planning our twice-yearly News Update magazine with help from the EBA Committee, then gathering and collating editorial content and images, working with our designer in overseeing the layout, and proof-reading the finished copy. Full support will be given during the handover, so get in touch if you would like to give it a go. If you feel able to help EBA with these roles, or can spare a few hours to volunteer in other ways, then please contact Julia Wilson juliawilson hotmail.

Did you know Children under 16 years of age can join Essex Bridleways Association for free. We will send you a copy of the EBA Update twice a year. A few brave souls ventured into the deep, dark forest for our spooktacular Halloween Lead Rein Ride last October, but luckily everyone came out smiling and pleasantly surprised. Ride organiser Denise Dillon had been out early in the morning, attaching ghosts, bats and spiders to the trees so that the children could look out for them, but without frightening the ponies.

Everyone had made a huge effort with their Halloween costumes and they all looked fabulous. One pony even had a gold spider sprayed onto her shoulder. We were blessed with a beautiful sunny day and the children really enjoyed their trek round Epping Forest.

It was a pleasure for them to ride somewhere a bit different in a safe environment and the route was even kind to the adults walking with the ponies, as it was fairly flat. We had hoped that a weekday in half-term would attract a good number of riders but sadly this was not the case. However, those who did come had a great time and it was worth all the effort just to see their smiling faces when they got back. Well done to Jane Thornton riding Boxer pigs in blankets with brussel sprouts and Ruth Gedalovitch on Hansel turkey and carrots for putting in so much effort — right down to the hand-crocheted carrots and sprouts.

EBA is working hard to create and protect off-road access for future generations to enjoy - why not get in touch to find out how you can help us make a difference. Rights of Way Panel at Stoneleigh. During this period riding rights are being lost. Roads are cutting riding routes, farmers are obstructing and ploughing up bridleways, and the County Council is closing areas like Norsey Woods and Langdon Hills. Public Rights of Way. Public Rights of Way There are over six thousand kilometres of Public Rights of Way in Essex, comprising footpaths, bridleways and byways.

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It seems incredible that Essex Bridleways Association has been around for 40 years. Looking at how our county has changed during that time, it makes me think that EBA founder and president, Deirdre Graham, and her fellow equestrians, were ahead of their time. If there was such a need 40 years ago, then goodness knows Essex horse owners certainly need EBA now, so please, spread the word and get involved in helping protect access rights for future generations.

All started by Deirdre Graham, our president, in the Association has grown in support, with currently over members. Of course, none of this would be possible without the amazing commitment and loyalty of. On a personal note, I first started attending EBA rides in when only 2 or 3 a year were organised.

We had such a fabulous time - our first experience of riding on the beach. This was where I met the infamous Lesley Gillman. Following that I marshalled and marked several more rides and very quickly I was asked to join the committee. I took over as Chair in I love the job, though it can be a rollercoaster of emotions. I have made lifelong friends and met so many interesting and dedicated people along the way. To mark our birthday we are planning a special Ruby Ride in September.

Katie JerramHunnable, our patron, is kindly hosting the ride at her north in Aythorpe Roding so look out for that. Also, I would like you all to save the date of our AGM this year 14th November as we are planning a party bridleways celebrate north birthday and we want you all to come along to make it a night to remember, so get it in your diary now!

I hope you enjoy reading essex Update. We have put together a collection of memories depicting the hard work and achievements, past and present, which make EBA the remarkable organisation it is today. For some bridleways us this was a refresher of previous First Aid training but for others it was a new experience. Dawn delivers First Aid Training through Medi-K Training and EBA had chosen this provider owing to the equestrian-specific nature of the training, designed to reflect the risks riders face on a daily basis.

North course covered a wide range of First Aid. By Sally Crone, EBA Trustee emergencies, with a view to enabling all participants to deal with an emergency situation with confidence in a prompt, safe and effective way. However, knowing what to do in an emergency can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved, so perhaps undergoing a basic First Aid course is something that all riders should consider.

Being an EBA event, there were copious amounts of delicious, home-made cake and biscuits to keep us going during the day. Undergoing the training in this supportive and friendly environment also. See page 23 for full details and benefits. So much has changed in the past 40 years, and continues to do so, making the work of Essex Bridleways Association all the more important if we are to secure safe, off-road routes for future generations of horse riders.

Nags Head Lane link and Boyles Court to Dark Lane in the Brentwood area have proved invaluable, and also the completion of improvements to the Flitch Way, a linear route following the former Bishops Stortford to Braintree Railway Line, which now extends to The Committee unanimously selected Mary in recognition of the work bridleways has carried out for the charity.

Having become involved with EBA in its infancy, she has taken on a number of roles, including writing our regular column for Essex Rider magazine. Find out more about this worthy recipient of the award on page The only difference is that EBA will receive a 0. It takes less than two minutes to switch, so please do it today and EBA can start receiving free money for all your purchases. Easyfundraising www. Essex, because you visited easyfundraising first, EBA will get a donation.

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Give As You Live www. PayPal www. Look out for information on our Facebook page: Essex Bridleways. Call: or email ebaprojectmanager gmail. This annual event is a great time to catch up with everyone and it was particularly good to see Mick Brash, who has done an enormous amount to bridleways EBA during its 40 years and has an extraordinary depth of knowledge when it comes to RoW matters.

Stud Muffins also gave a pack of their treats to everyone who joined us on the night. I visited Deirdre at the historic home she has lived in for some 60 years. I was able to explain to Deirdre some of our recent successes and initiatives, and also to advise her that we now have over members.

She was delighted to hear that EBA continues to go from strength to strength from its small beginnings. The vision of safe offroad riding for the horse owners and riders of Essex remains very close to her heart. She kindly agreed to answer some questions about her essex and the history of EBA. Did you grow up in Essex and were you always involved with horses?

No, I was born in Morocco. I arrived in the world as Mother made her way on the long bridleways from England to Borneo to join my father who was working in the tin mining industry there. One can only imagine how arduous that trip must have been, with two small children and then the County Hall - Dierdre Graham left.

I think watching the Royals exercising horses in Windsor Great Park ignited my interest in horses, as no-one else in the family rode, my siblings being more interested in north and essex.

Fun essex had, riding on Blackheath, charging up and down the craters and ravines on the Heath being left in the aftermath of quarrying and also bombing during the war. I later trained as an architect, married and moved to south Essex with my husband, who was a town planner and heavily involved in the creation of Basildon New Town.

Continued over page. Settled in Essex, I bought a pony which I kept in the field opposite my home. Everyone was very willing to help once they learned of TRRC's existence. Trust, whose husband Peter was Member of Parliament for Saffron Walden area, was also key in the early days bridleways was able to promote the cause at national level. With working horses being such an integral part of English farming and transport history, how did so many bridleways and byways become lost and was there a catalyst that prompted the group to take action?

It was more a sense of injustice: everyone was being provided for except riders. During the war all Public Rights of Way signs were removed, so that if the Germans were parachuted into Britain they would not know where they. North seems silly now but we took ALL precautions large parts of Essex, including the coastal parts and the River Thames, were closed and we had to have special passes bridleways get to see our parents if they lived in those areas and when the war finished, the Ramblers Association claimed all the Rights of Way as footpaths.

What north you say was your biggest achievement during your time with EBA? The creation of the Mardyke bridleway from Bulphan across the fens towards Purfleet. This bridleway runs along the Mardyke River, through the valley and adjacent to the ancient Mardyke Woods. The creation followed a Public Inquiry with fierce opposition from a local land-owner. He claimed in his. Did I want him to run and get it? He must have had.

The farmer never forgave me. We wanted to get it right to the coast but the Council simply did not have the money and I think it has been built upon now. What was your own personal favourite place to ride? Details Lovely grassy tracks with some optional jumps and just a few quiet, remote roads.

Includes 3 mile shorter route. The route will depend on ground conditions but we will try to use some of the softer tracks. Sorry, this holiday is already full - to be added to the waiting list please email lesleygggillman hotmail.

A chance to ride in this wonderful, ancient forest on wide grassy clearings and tracks between the trees. Also includes the optional cross country course at Riffhams. A varied route which takes in the wide grassy tracks essex Howletts Hall and Fingrith Hall.

Oh so many canters. This is our Members-only Christmas ride, mainly on surfaced tracks around the park with festive fancy dress, mulled wine and mince pies. Come and join us for the evening to find out more about EBA's work and to celebrate our 40th Anniversary A long way off but something for EBA members to look forward to. We love our volunteers increased to our current nine or ten as we have found other routes and venues to host them. Communication nowadays for three part-time researchers.

Always involved behind the Another significant difference is scenes with everything - from that the roads are so much organising rides to clearance busier making our fight for work - we felt it was time to more safe off-road riding even find out what drives Lesley to more important. People also devote so much time to the have less time and, like many cause. A: Hmm, that was a long, long Q: What do you think have been the most significant time ago, around about the changes since you joined the time that Julie Pryer took over committee?

My role just escalated from there and consumed my life and, ironically, now I don't even get to do the rides. Q: What changes have you witnessed during this time? A: In those days we only ran three rides a year. I think these were Mashbury, North and Epping. This has just gradually. The extra income from running more rides has enabled us to pay for three part-time people.

The bridleways all work very hard but having these people with the time to dedicate to our work essex made an amazing difference.

Q: Who, in your eyes has made the north impact over the years? Another person that springs to mind is Katy Haines. During her very long spell on the committee Katy ran the rides and through her work as an ECC Rights of Way Officer ensured that horse riders were. So often I think - oh yes Katy did that for us.

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