offers therapeutic riding to people with disabilities to benefit their health and well being, to achieve their goals and to have fun!
The experience gained through riding and contact with our horses and our volunteers helps them develop self esteem, confidence and independence.
Cranleigh RDA has over 190 volunteers who assist with riding or running the charity.
You don’t have to have any equine experience to help us as full training is given to all our volunteers.
Volunteers Needed – we need more volunteers to help us
Interested please contact us at email@example.com
Horse riding offers a degree of independence that many disabled people cannot have in their daily life.
Over 200 adults and children from an extensive area around Cranleigh and Guildford, stretching into West Sussex, ride at Cranleigh RDA.
Would you like to join them?
9th October Surrey Hills Sponsored Ride – in aid of the Riding High Campaign. Entry details from firstname.lastname@example.org
Carys Jones Equine Photography Exhibition ‘The Spirit of Horses’ at Cranleigh Arts Centre, 25th October – 5th November
On the 25th October at 7.30pm Carys will be giving a talk – ‘The Story behind the shot’. Tickets – £8 each from Cranleigh Arts Centre 01483 278000. Carys is very generously donating 50% of the ticket sales to the Riding High Campaign.
2nd November Bridge Tea – From 2.00 – 4.45pm at Holmbury St Mary Village Hall. Tables £40 includes afternoon tea and prizes. Proceeds in aid of The Riding High Campaign. For details email email@example.com
RIDING HIGH CAMPAIGN
better, brighter, stronger
OUR CHALLENGE IS TO RAISE £560,000
to secure the future of
Cranleigh Riding for the Disabled Association Group
and our 231 riders
To date we have raised
Carys Jones Photography