Welcome to MCTTG

Mid Cotswold Tracks & Trails aims to improve and expand the tracks and trails network of Stroud, Cirencester and the surrounding areas. Our primary aim is to enable horses to be ridden off road in safety.

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What can be done

A series of links that show the kind of improvements that can be achieved

STEPPING BACK A GATE
to allow horse to stand off a busy road

click here to see more 

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PUTTING IN A NEW PERMISSIVE ENTRY
to allow a safer crossing on a busy road

click here to see more 

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DEDICATION OF A NEW TRACK
to allow horses a circuit avoiding a busy road

click here to see more 

ALTERATIONS TO A ROAD-SIDE VERGE
to
obtain greater safety on a very busy road - Oxford
click here to see more
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IMPROVEMENTS TO VERY MUDDY BRIDLEWAYS ....
Twyditch  click here to see more
Hinton  click here to see more
Hazel Wood  click here to see more
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.... also THREE ASHES BRIDLEWAY, Stoke St Michael 
Mendip Bridleways and Byways Association
You can see more information on all MBBAs great successes at http://www.mbba.org.uk/routes.htm
 
IMPROVEMENTS TO A STEEP, STONEY TRACK - Cornwall
click here to see more
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TRACK CLEARANCE 
Clearing a track of encroaching hedges click here to see more
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PUTTING IN STEPS
To cover dangerous tree roots in thick mud
click here to see more
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WORKING WITH CYCLISTS and WALKERS
To improve 3 miles of bridleway and restricted byway for safer multi-user use  click here to see more
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A BARRIER TO KEEP CARS OFF TRACKS THEY ARE NOT ENTITLED TO USE  click here to see more
A NEW BRIDGE OVER A BROOK   click here to see more
IMPROVEMENTS TO BRIDLEWAY GATES
by Public Rights of way team and Cotswold Wardens click here by Landowner and Local Riders  click here to see more
by a Parish Council  click here to see more
by a Parish Council, Local Riders and The Highways Department click here to see more
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THE BRITISH HORSE SOCIETY HAS PRODUCED A RANGE OF LEAFLETS THAT ADVISE ON ALL RIGHTS OF WAY ISSUES FOR HORSE RIDERS  click here for the list of leaflets, or go to the BHS website, Rights of Way Leaflets. HShoe HELP

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