British Horse Society Scotland
BHS Scotland is Scotland's largest equine membership organisation with over 5000 members and rising. We have enthusiastic and informed volunteers who help deliver our work throughout Scotland in the areas of access, welfare, safety, training, competitions, education, exams, riding clubs and more. If there is anything you would like to see on our website please let us know on firstname.lastname@example.org.
An extensive collection of user generated cycle routes all across Scotland
Cycling Scotland is the national cycle promotion organisation for Scotland. We're working to establish cycling as an acceptable, attractive and practical lifestyle option. We want to make Scotland a nation of cyclists.
Douglas Community Council (DCC); which incorporates Glespin and surrounding areas, operates for the benefit of the citizens residing and / or working within the Douglas and Glespin areas and was established on 15th June 2004.
A great local site for information and history of football in Douglasdale.
Forestry Commission Scotland serves as the forestry directorate of the Scottish Government.
SOSCT was an innovative partnership project involving British Horse Society Scotland, local community path groups, Scottish Borders Council and Solway Heritage under the umbrella of Southern Uplands Partnership (SUP).
IMBA-UK supporting mountain biking in the UK and Ireland We are the only organisation solely representing mountain bikers in the UK. We work to open new trails and keep access to existing routes, we do this by supporting volunteer trail work, cooperating with trail user groups, land managers and public bodies, encouraging responsible riding and trail building. We are a non-profit group, which is managed and facilitated by volunteers. We are funded entirely by our members and supporters.
MapIt is a service that maps UK postcodes and geographical points to administrative areas. It is useful for anyone who has a postcode or co-ordinates of a point in the UK, and needs to find out what region, constituency, or council it lies within. It's also great for looking up the shapes of all those boundaries.
Linking places. We encourage and support an increase in the number, quality, accessibility and multi-use of paths for the benefit of Scotland and all its communities.
Report, view, or discuss local problems (like graffiti, fly tipping, broken paving slabs, or street lighting) Enter a nearby UK postcode, or street name and area: