The Trails Trust is run for the benefit of the public to promote the protection, restoration and improvement of existing bridleways, byways and other public rights of way, and the addition of new bridleways, byways or other public rights of way, in the interests of social welfare and with a view to improving the conditions of life of the public.
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in the creation of cohesive community networks for the purpose of sustainable active and recreational travel on foot, on a bicycle, by horse and on conveyances for the disabled.
TTT’s current primary focus is to provide support, education and consultancy services to any person or organisation with an interest in working with landowners and managers to create green infrastructure (rights of way) through the process known as express dedication at common law.
TTT is registered charity number 1094139 and company limited by guarantee 3637593.
TTT is administered by a Management Board of Trustees and managed by a part time consultant.