Riding for the Disabled

We give our support.

Hannah Payne Riding School for the Disabled is based in Mears Ashby and offers riding lessons for disabled children between the ages of 2-16.

We have been pleased to give two donations of £250 each - one before the pandemic, and a second one to help them get going again after the coronavirus restrictions were lifted.

Click on the photos above - one is a poem which illustrates the benefits of riding for disabled children, and the other is a thank you letter detailing how the money is to be spent.

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