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British Driving Society.

Overview of National BDS activities and events.

British Carriagedriving.

The British Horse Driving Trials Association has become British Carriagedriving. With the name change comes a new logo and a new image which will promote carriage driving to a wider audience through the media and at events.

Bennington Carriages.

Designers and manufacturers of the finest quality handcrafted horse drawn carriages, also stockists of the full range of Tedman and Zilco harness and accessories.

North Eastern Driving Trials Ltd.

In 1983 a group of 18 driving enthusiasts met near Aldby Park near York and formed the North East Driving Club. The Club has grown and now offers competitors the next step towards National Competitions.

Lindsey Trail

The Lindsey Trail has off road tracks and routes that stretch for 69 miles around the stunning Wolds area which are suitable for carriage driving, riding and walking. For more information visit the website.



Equestrian, farming and pet supplies specialist Quest-eeze is the one-stop country store for all your horse, smallholding and country clothing products.

Offering top brands at great prices, Quest-eeze carries a broad selection of everything you need to make rural life better, easier and more affordable. They provide online shopping facilities and a fast mail-order service, along with a well-stocked retail outlet at their Gainsborough warehouse. They will welcome a visit from anyone in the Lincolnshire area, and will happily send your products anywhere in the UK. Their delivery page provides all the details.

Sunnyside Up Farm Shop

Sunnyside Up Farm Shop

Their aim is simple. To provide good food from reliable source with good animal husbandry. They have tried to source and support local farmers and producers wherever possible. Lincolnshire does not produce everything, unfortunately, and some products are sourced from further afield.

They keep as close as they can to organic principles, grass feeding throughout the year and only giving antibiotics on the rare occasion that it is absolutely necessary. The meat they sell is produced on their farm, with occasional animals from adjoining breeders - they travel the least amount of miles possible, which helps eliminate stress, and that is what it is all about - great food, raised ethically.