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Active Places - Sport NI

Active Places NI helping people get active

The Active Places NI database includes information on a wide range of sports facilities – from sports halls to tennis courts, swimming pools to pitches. It includes district council leisure facilities as well as club and commercial sites.

British Horse Society

The British Horse Society works tirelessly for every horse and rider throughout the regions of the UK. Focussing on horse welfare, horse and rider safety, access and rights of way, training (register of instructors) and providing a voluntary system of approving livery yards and riding schools.

You will also find information on the sport of BHS TREC, along with competitions and Challenge Rides, including SEIB BHS Cross Country Championships.

Fermanagh Lakelands

Welcome to the Fermanagh Lakelands - a visitors' paradise and home to some of Ireland's natural wonders.

Much Better Adventures

Much Better Adventures is a specialist adventure sports travel website putting adventure seekers in direct contact with recommended local providers.

Rural Sports

RuralSports was formed to offer a unique reference point on enjoying country pursuits safely.

Sport NI

Sport Northern Ireland’s Corporate Vision is: “Through sport, to contribute to an

inclusive, creative, competent, informed and physically active community”.

The British Horse Society Ireland

The British Horse Society is the largest equestrian membership organisation in the UK. As a charity the BHS is concerned with the welfare of equines, professional qualifications for the equestrian industry, safer off road riding and recreational competitions such as cross-Country and BHS TREC.

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