What is the 2026 deadline and why is it important?
In 2000, the Countryside and Rights of Way Act was introduced in England and Wales. Section 53 of the Act provides for a cut-off date in 2026, which means that many historic routes currently used by horse riders, cyclists and walkers will be extinguished. We need to safeguard these bridleways for public use so that equestrians, cyclists and walkers today and in the future, have safe off-road routes to use.
Golcar Lily Environment Group with members and volunteers who are starting work clearing a patch of land off Cliff Ash, Golcar
Notice of an Extraordinary General Meeting of Natural Kirklees
to be held at 2 pm on 16th February 2017 at Beaumont Park Visitor Centre
Natural Kirklees and Charity Status
The Meet the Funder event is a FREE event run by the Big Lottery Fund in partnership with Third Sector Leaders to provide information about Big Lottery Fund’s new funding approach in the Yorkshire and Humber area, including Kirklees.
Group of volunteers making a big difference