Calling all adrenaline junkies
Herefordshire Riding for the Disabled is offering a unique opportunity to anyone who has a sense of adventure and likes a challenge. We are looking for people to do a wing walk on a vintage bi-plane whilst also raising money for our charity.
The wing walk will take place on 19th May 2020 at an airfield near Cirencester. The experience involves standing on top of the wings of a plane as it reaches dizzying heights. You will be strapped in whilst stood on the wings of the bi-plane as it takes to the skies. It really is a sure-fire way to get your adrenaline pumping! Make it a day out by bringing your family and friends along to share in your experience.
If you would like to take part in our charity wing walking experience in aid of Riding for the Disabled Herefordshire. We ask you to pay £150 registration fee to confirm your place and commit to fundraising a target of £1,000 for RDA Herefordshire.
Based at Holme Lacy College, Herefordshire RDA has been providing life-changing experiences for disabled children and adults across the region for over 27 years. Our specially trained horses benefit the lives of many disabled people who come to the centre on a weekly basis. We aim to provide fun & progressive riding lessons, whilst offering therapy, fitness, skills development and opportunities for achievement. All this is supported by our amazing team of fifty plus volunteers and three staff members.
As a charity, we can only carry out our life-changing activities with your fundraising support that is why we are offering you a real once in a lifetime opportunity to not only support RDA Herefordshire but in the most exciting way imaginable?
If you wish to find out more about this exciting opportunity please email firstname.lastname@example.org or look up our website or Facebook page.