We remain strongly focused on helping to keep horse riders off our busy and potentially dangerous country lanes.
- We have persuaded local landowners to create safe bridleways on their land which allows riders to avoid busy roads.
- We regularly cut back ‘sight lines’ where bridleways emerge onto roads to ensure both horse riders and motorists have the best view.
- We have built strong collaborative relationships with organisations such as the National Trust, Surrey Police, Surrey County Council and the British Horse Society
- All funds are raised by a small group of dedicated and committed HHRA members, through membership fees and by holding events, such as Dressage competitions, Fun Rides, Gymkhanas, Dog Shows, and BBQs.
In 1989 a young horse rider was killed on the road almost opposite The Cock Inn in Headley. A small group of dedicated horse owners and riders living in the area decided to try to prevent this type of accident from happening again. Headley Heath Riders Association was born and the originators spent many years tirelessly working for all the Horse Riders in Headley.