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Postby GrumpyB formerly FULLTILT » Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:29 am

Now there is a "Countryside Access" Forum board.

Is it not time the Ex-MLRA signed up as a member of the :-

http://www.alrc.co.uk/

The ALRC is not only for the eventing fraternity - it also covers green lane aspects. Possibly there could be a direct forum link "Sticky" from this board to easily keep up with the news

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Postby Mike O'Connor » Wed Aug 03, 2011 8:04 pm

You have a point there. It is as far as I know for more than eventing if my local club ENLROC is anything to go by. Might be a surprise for them but would put us in front of some people. I'll mention it to Committee members.
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Postby Mike O'Connor » Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:02 am

OK this has been brought up with committee and will be discussed the next time we have a meeting, which hopefully shouldn't be too long.
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