Working for safer Isle off road routes

Axholme Bridleways Association members presenting a �500 cheque to Notts/Lincs Air Ambulance after a sponsored event last year.

Axholme Bridleways Association members presenting a �500 cheque to Notts/Lincs Air Ambulance after a sponsored event last year.

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Welcoming North Lincolnshire Council’s public rights of way officer, David Sanderson, to its meeting are members of community group the Axholme Bridleways Association (ABA).

The organisation has 91 members and meets every six weeks.

It organises various events and has raised almost £1,500 for local charities, including Lindsey Lodge Hospice and Notts/Lincs Air Ambulance since its inception in September 2012.

ABA members are involved in the Project Partners Exhibition where they will talk to local people about the Axholme Greenway project, which will mean better and safer off road routes for local walkers, runners, cyclists and horse riders.

New members are welcome and the annual membership fee is £5 or £1 for under 18s.

The next meeting is on Thursday, 30 April, at 7.30pm at The Old School Inn, Epworth.

Contact Axholme Bridleways Association either via facebook, email axholmebridleways@yahoo.co.uk or mobile 07779 434213.