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Thick Hollins Road,
The evening will start at 7pm
Our after dinner talk will be hosted by Catriona Cook MBE, Catriona is the County Access Officer from 1985 and the Yorkshire Regional Officer since 1994. She has represented the BHS at the Rights of Way Review Committee and Chair’s the Byways and Bridleways Trust. She has added some 100 miles of byways and bridleways to the definitive map and organised four “journeys for access” covering long distance rides and urban riding and raising £12,500 for legal cases. In July this year Catriona (66), Venetia Cragg(76) and Elsa Greaves(66) rode 250 miles from Dartmoor West Devon via East Devon, through to Dorset to finish at Burley in the New Forest in Hampshire. 16 days to raise the profile of the 2026 cut-off-date. This is the date when all unrecorded public rights of way are to be extinguished by statute.Tickets are £20 for a 3 course meal inc coffee & mints.
Please note the dress code for this event is smart (no trainers, jeans, collarless t-shirts and caps)