Welcome to Rochdale & Bury Bridleways Association 
We wish all our members a Happy New Year. Lets hope 2021 is kinder to us and we can all meet up soon. Please can you send renewals for 2021 to Barbara Brown enclosing a SAE or alternatively drop into Creature Comforts in Heywood where you can re-join.

We are a group of like minded individuals wishing to have fun and, on the way, preserve and extend the network of bridleways in the Rochdale & Bury Areas. We meet
When: NB From April it will be the last Thursday of each month.
Last Monday of every month (Unless it is a bank holiday in which case we meet the week before)
Time: 8.00 pm
Next Meeting: Due to the developments of the Corona virus in the UK the committee has decided to cancel all meetings going forward until things improve. Please keep an eye on Facebook or this webpage to check when meetings will recommence.
Venue: Pack Horse Elburt Lane Birtle
NB From April it will be at the Church Inn, Castle Hill Road, Bury BL9 6UH
Whats on: CANCELLED will be rearranged at a future date. 
Talk from NAF Feed Supplement Company.
Ever wondered which if any supplements you should feed? Come along and listen to the NAF Feed Rep and ask her any questions you might have

Contact: Mail to  rbbaenquiries@gmail.com  or Contact us

Please report any bridleways issues / problems to the relevant Council. The more Complaints that are logged the greater the chance of action.
For Rochdale Issues phone 0300 303 8884 
For Bury Issues phone        0161 253 5000
If you have any suggestions for content or anything you would like to add to the site please send it through to rbbaenquiries@gmail.com.
New Pages added  24/7/2020 Splash Lane Update
                             29/12/2020 December 2020 Newsletter
                             22/1/2021 Temp Closure of Birtle Road

  • Latest News!
  • Advanced Notice of Birtle Road Closure 21st Feb 2021 We have been informed by Rochdale Rights of Way Officer that on Sunday 21st February Birle Road will be closed from 9-2.30 We have been advised that it would be best if Horse Riders avoided the area.
    Posted 22 Jan 2021, 08:32 by Rochdale & Bury Bridleways
  • Splash Lane to Nabbs Wife and Black Dad The Bridleway from Splash Lane and Black Dad to Nabbs Wife has now been reopened. The Environmental Management Department from Rochdale Council has done quite a bit of work to stop water from the brook overflowing onto the Bridleway and causing water damage to the surface of the path. They have also reinstated the surface of the bridleway and removed the Emergency Closure Notice that was placed on the path back in March.They have also taken the opportunity to place additional barriers along the route to try and stop motor bikes using the bridleway illegally to get from Birtle to Ashworth Road. Any comments regarding the new barriers should be sent directly to Environmental Management as they are monitoring ...
    Posted 24 Jul 2020, 09:08 by Rochdale & Bury Bridleways
  • Bury and Bolton Railway Line Bridleway is created along £650,000 Bury to Bolton railway path routePROPOSALS to make part of the old railway route between Bury and Bolton into a bridleway have been given the gre...After years of canvassing for this by RBBA Chair Irene Pope and Vice Chair Lesley Tierney it looks like eventually we might be making some progress.This is yet another example of how the fight to get safe off road routes for Horse Riders, cyclists and ramblers is not a quick process but how continuous focused pressure can sometimes reap benefits. If at first you don't succeed try and try again.Could we put it on the website and Facebook page? Lesley is posting it on ...
    Posted 18 May 2020, 11:30 by Rochdale & Bury Bridleways
  • Advice from Local MP re Horse Care - April 1st The following is an email just received from the Heywood and Middleton MP giving current advice from the Government re Horse Care 
    Posted 1 Apr 2020, 05:34 by Rochdale & Bury Bridleways
  • Latest Update on Restrictions Please make sure that you all comply with whatever the current Government restrictions are. These are changing on a Daily Basis.Currently these are 1) assess the necessity for you to go out and the risks to ensure you are not placing undue pressure on the already stretched NHS2) Only exercise with members of your own household. There is a restriction on more than 2 people gathering in public from different households3) Make sure you keep at least 2m from other members of the public.4) Avoid where possible contact with gates and other obstructions. Choose your routes to try and avoid these to prevent the spread of the Virus.Each and everyone of us have a role ...
    Posted 28 Mar 2020, 07:38 by Rochdale & Bury Bridleways
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Rug Revamp 10% When you bring your rugs to a monthly meeting Rug Revamp 
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