Monday, 22 February 2010

OPINION: Horses on Warrington Beach?

OPINION

Horses on Warrington Beach?

By Karen Hobday

Horses are currently not allowed in Warrington reserve. There are only
a few beach reserves in the wider Dunedin area where horses are
allowed and Warrington is not one of them. If you want to walk your
horse on the beach the only access points are through the reserve. If
you want horses to access the beach, please put in a submission to the
draft Coastal Dune Reserves Management Plan. (See Warrington Reserve
Group column for information on how to do this.)

If you want to know more about this then phone Malgosia 482 2559.

There will be a petition at Blueskin Store if you wish to support
horse owners to use existing access roads to get to the beach.

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