Herefordshire RDA are excited to announce that they are on the hunt for new premises to house their ponies and horses that give disabled adults and children riding therapy every week.
“We have outgrown our current premises at Holme Lacy College and are looking to upgrade the facilities we offer our clients.” says David Harding, Herefordshire RDA chair of trustees. “We want to say close to Hereford for our clients but this is a wonderful opportunity to be able to provide top class equestrian therapy for Herefordshire residents”.
With to the backing of a charitable donor, the RDA are looking to establish a purpose built equestrian therapy centre in Herefordshire. This could be by purchasing an existing site with stables or could see the RDA purchasing land to build new riding arenas, centre and stables.
Herefordshire RDA would like to hear from anyone who may have a suitable site or land. This project is in early stages but they are looking for somewhere with at least 20 acres of grazing, good transport links and ideally South of the river Wye.
Herefordshire RDA would like to make it clear that this move is not driven by being asked to leave our current premises. The relationship with Herefordshire & Ludlow Colleges remains very beneficial and RDA are not being asked to vacate by the college. The move is motivated by our need for a larger site for grazing and improvements to indoor and outdoor riding arenas.
If you know of somewhere that may be a suitable site to establish a new RDA Centre, please contact David Harding, Chair of Trustees (firstname.lastname@example.org) or leave a message with the Centre.