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bridleway

a route which may be travelled by foot, on horseback or on a bicycle.
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The Definitive Map was drawn up by each local authority following the Second World War, to include all roads, bridleways and footpaths over their region
Countryside recreation manager Mark Wilkinson: "We started re-opening the county's network of 1,700 miles of footpaths and bridleways in April.
The bridleways group, which campaigns and fundraises for better off-road riding, is holding the fun ride on Sunday, June 5, starting from Thrushwood Farm in New Marske.
Clr Bolt was taken along the bridleways around Ladywood, Hagg Wood and Hopton Woods between Lower Hopton and Briestfield to see some of the problem horse riders face.
In Merseyside, there are now more than 11km of permissive access paths and 1km of permissive access bridleway and cycle paths.
An experimental ban on motorbike scramblers using a Northumberland bridleway is to be made permanent after proving a success in tackling damage to the rural route.
Carmarthenshire Council admits there are fewer bridleways compared to neighbouring counties but says a programme of improvements is under way.
A full list of footpaths and bridleways open to the public is on the county council website on www.warwickshire.gov.uk
Riders and ramblers will have close up views of one of the largest sewage works and dirtiest rivers in the Midlands from the three-mile bridleway, running between Hamstead Estate, Great Barr and Merion's Wood, near Walsall.
Thanks to permission from farmers, the ride will link up bridleways from New Marske to Guisborough via Errington Woods and Wilton Woods.
Adele said members of Kirklees Bridleways Group would be talking about the issues faced in preserving bridleways at the event, which will also be attended by representatives from the British Horse Society.
Kevin Vigars, access development officer for Tyne and Wear, said: "The message is simple ( tell us where you would most like to see improvements to routes in your area, or where new paths, bridleways or cycleways are most needed.