Barcombe Mills Public Enquiry - The Old Toll Road2024-05-03 10:07
Date: 10th September 2024.Venue: Barcombe Village Hall for 10am. The Spring 2021 newsletter (page 8) records the background to this claim. It would be appreciated if as many members as possible c... [more]

AGM & social 23rd October 20242024-05-03 10:04
This will be held on Wednesday 23rd October ’24 at Cyprus Hall, Burgess Hill. Our talk will be from the Air Ambulance Charity Kent, Surrey and  Sussex (KSS). More details about the evening will ... [more]

Change of Committee Meeting Date2024-03-08 11:15
The next committee meeting will be held on Wednesday 12th June  2024 -7.00 for 7.15pm. Venue: Mary... [more]

Sad News2023-07-01 15:01
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Proposals for future management of Ditchling Beacon Nature Reserve that will affect bridleways2022-08-30 09:23
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Can you help by 1st April 2022 - Iford & Swanborough - Cycle path only!!2022-03-15 14:26
A proposal for a route, partly over an existing footpath, which would link Iford and Swanborough.  You can see the full proposal at - https://planningpublicacc... [more]

Egrets Way Update2021-11-05 10:45
In 2014 MSABG donated £1,000 toward funding a section (phase 2) of a one-mile path alongside the River Ouse called the Egrets Way, linking Rodmell village (bridleway Rodmell 7) and Southease (the... [more]

MSABG help with funding towards new bridleway2021-09-03 15:50
MSABG help with funding towards the new bridleway, now recorded as Iford 13 on the definitive map, between Lewes and Iford. Following negotiations between the Iford Estate and the Ramblers, alongs... [more]

Barcombe Mills Appeal2021-07-30 19:42
Barcombe Mills Bridleway claim update.    Back in 2017 a claim was made to put the Old Toll Road at Barcombe Mills onto the Definitive Map. It was then learned that the adjoining Hayes Lane, ... [more]

BHS New Free - Report an Incident - Phone App.2021-06-24 09:13
The free of charge new app, ‘Horse i’, has been specifically designed to empower equestrians to immediately report any incidents they encounter directly to the BHS via a simple, easy-to-use... [more]

Lesley's Path2018-02-27 19:46
 The History of Lesley's Path. Originally the land now occupied by Lesley's path was once fenced and occupied by two small ponies. It’s believed that the land was and probably still is owned b... [more]

Permissive Bridleway Falmer-Woodingdean2017-03-08 17:14
Because of poor signage the equestrian use of this BW has been questioned by other users. Through the multi-year efforts of Chris Smith the path has not only been cleared of encroaching vegetation... [more]

Lewes 52 – a new bridleway designated2016-01-12 13:54
Lewes 52 – a new bridleway The new BW is on a route that was the first official cycle route in Lewes, from the Stanley Turner Sports Ground, Kingston to Southover High Street. It is o... [more]

Don't Lose Your Way2015-12-04 13:09
2026 might seem light years away but the process for recording a bridleway has been know to take as long as 13 years! Your help NOW could make all the difference as you will see from the attached MS... [more]

New Bridleway in Slaugham2015-01-19 13:31
What a lovely Christmas present for local riders in the Warninglid/Slaugham/Handcross area! ... [more]

The Burgess Hill Northern Arc Developments (draft plan)2014-12-01 20:55
THE BURGESS HILL NORTHERN ARC DEVELOPMENT QUESTIONNAIRE   The Burgess Hill Northern Arc Developments (draft plan) are looking to extend the Green Circle at Burgess Hill to the north of the ... [more]

Downs Link at Bramber - New, Safe, Road Crossing 2014-07-17 15:16
 An additional route for the Downs Link crossing of the A283 at Bramber is to be provided. The fast traffic and poor sightlines of the existing road crossing has proved difficult for many users, ... [more]

Egrets Way - Phase 2 Official Opening2014-07-05 15:53
The second phase of the Egrets Way, between Southease and Rodmell, was officially opened on 7th June 2014! The grand ribbon cutting ceremony was a somewhat damp affair but w... [more]

Ditchling Common Permissive Path2014-07-04 20:36
Noticing what’s happening on your bridleways is a huge part of what MSABG is about. Local Rep, Sue Coote, noticed kissing gates being erected as part of the fencing/grazing initiative... [more]