Riding for the Disabled, Saturday 2nd of April 2022

This week's blog post was written by courageous Session Leader, Kevin:

We had a dozen or more volunteers that turned out on a cold and frosty but sunny morning at the Riding for the Disabled.

This is our third visit to the RDA. The task was the same as the last two trips, which was to clear a long and deep ditch which had been blocked, and which was causing flooding in the pass and making the fields/paddocks unusable. This time we finally finished the job and what water that was in the ditch was flowing nicely on its way - hurrah! 

The staff at the RDA are very appreciative of our efforts each time we come, and not only do they give a hand but also supply lovely refreshments of home made cakes, tea, coffee and water! At the same time we get to know more about the RDA which has 16 horses at present which work with disabled adults and children. An addition to there complex is a new indoor area which they hope to organise shows and completions! 

The bogged-down ditch

James getting stuck in

Jim scything away

Break time! 

When the fleeces come off you know things are serious

A newly unblocked drain! 


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