Hampshire Constabulary has officially launched its Hants SNAP scheme aimed at using submitted footage of dangerous incidents to protect road users across the region. From Hampshire Constabulary The scheme has been through a near year-long pilot from August last year to June this year, during which we focused on incidents which placed the most vulnerable … Continue reading Hants SNAP scheme launch
Just a few pictures from our Social and Practice Camp that took place from Friday 28th August 2020 – Monday 31st August 2020.
Hello all, Forestry England is carrying out a survey on how people use their Forests for physical activity. There is no mention of horse riding or carriage driving, so we would like to encourage you all respond to make our voice louder. This is an ideal opportunity for us to remind Forestry England how much … Continue reading Forestry England Survey
One of the pleasures of carriage driving is being able to drive along quiet lanes, tracks and, where permission is granted, on private estates and a great benefit for our members is that SCDC has access to special routes to ride and drive. For example, our long standing member Helen Baldwin has been able to … Continue reading Members only permissive routes
When horse driven vehicles were a part of everyday life, the saying was a whip [driver] should always carry “a knife, a shilling and a piece of string”. Every horse-drawn vehicle should carry a spares kit. Similar to a tool kit or roadside emergency kit commonly carried in motorised vehicles, a spares kit contains important … Continue reading About Spares Kits
Southern Carriage Driving Club are saddened by the news of the death of one of our founder members (of the South Downs Harness Club), Don Baldwin. Our condolences go his family. A Tribute will be announced in due course.