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Welcome
North East Wales Bridleways Association
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Welcome to the North East Wales Bridleways Association. You can use this site to explore the network of bridleways giving you access to the unique and ancient landscape of Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire. Affiliated to the BHS and working with local councils, Natural England, Natural Resources Wales, North Wales Wildlife, Local Access Forums, the Ramblers Association and local landowners, our committee work tirelessly to maintain existing access as well as opening up new and previously closed routes. We organise fund raising and social events to introduce you to other riders and new routes and encourage you to make use of the bridleway network. Details and advice on where to ride, parking and refreshments are included in the description of each route. Routes And don't forget to let us know when you try out a new route or if you have any concerns about any of the bridleways that you ride. You will find details of the committee members on the Contact Us page or alternatively you can get in touch via our Facebook page.

The Association

We are a non profit organisation that aims to bring together local riders from across the North East Wales area to help protect, maintain and upgrade our bridleways to make riding safer and more fun by taking horses off the road. Our aim is to help riders gain more awareness of bridleways, opening new routes and blocked bridleways with the objective of protecting and improving our bridleways network.
We are all volunteers . If you would like to help, get in touch at newbassoc@gmail.com All help welcome. The group is open to anybody who shares the common interest of protecting, maintaining and upgrading existing rights of way. Affiliated to the British Horse Society.
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Welcome
Welcome to the North East Wales Bridleways Association. You can use this site to explore the network of bridleways giving you access to the unique and ancient landscape of Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire. Affiliated to the BHS and working with local councils, Natural England, Natural Resources Wales, North Wales Wildlife, Local Access Forums, the Ramblers Association and local landowners, our committee work tirelessly to maintain the existing access as well as opening up new and previously closed routes. We organise fund raising and social events to introduce you to other riders and new routes and encourage you to make use of the bridleway network. Details and advice on where to ride, parking and refreshments are included in the description of each route. And don't forget to let us know when you try out a new route or if you have any concerns about any of the bridleways that you ride. You will find details of the committee members on the Contact Us page or alternatively you can get in touch via our Facebook page.
North East Wales Bridleways Association