The Grove Farm Riding for the Disabled Group

The Grove Farm Riding for the Disabled Group, is only just up the road at Coach House Riding School, Chippenham, nr Newmarket. Spaces are available now for anyone aged 16 years old or over to join us each Monday night in a great leisure activity.

We start riding on 31 March and will continue until December on Monday evenings at 7 pm.

You don't need to have any previous experience with horses and, over 25 years, we have taught many different people to ride. We have quiet, easy going and friendly horses - wherever possible you will ride the same horse each week and you will be part of a small select group of riders to ensure you get plenty of individual attention from us. We use special mounting ramps for wheelchair users and there is expert human help at hand too!

Whether you have a physical disability, sensory impairment, learning difficulties, have acquired a disability, or suffer from a progressive illness, we would like to hear from you.

For more details about how to join, ring the riding school on 01638 720415 between 8 am and no later than 7pm. Leave your message on the answerphone there and mention RDA and we will call you back.
If you don't like answerphones, then try Jim on 01638 661702 (day) 01638 742376 (evenings); Elaine (one of our riders) on 01638 751269 or Sheila on 01638 720812

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