Norfolk Coast RDA | Disabled Advisor
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Norfolk Coast RDA
North Norfolk Riding Centre, Walsingham, NR22 6EH

Norfolk Coast RDA

Description: 

We are a member of Riding for The Disabled Association (RDA)

We are delighted to introduce the newest Riding for the Disabled Group in our region: Norfolk Coast RDA, which is run entirely by volunteers, is a riding group for school age children & adults.

We meet at North Norfolk Riding Centre, NR22 6EH, where we have charming dedicated facilities. We welcome mentally and physically disabled riders to stay with us as long as they feel is useful & ride in 40 minute sessions.

All are given the opportunity to experience the pleasure, independence & therapeutic benefits of riding & contact with our delightful horses and ponies. When ready, you will be encouraged to take part in RDA Challenge days, Dressage & take RDA proficiency tests if you wish.

To look after our riders and horses for riding sessions, attendance at events and for group administration, our volunteers need many different skills. All are given in-house RDA training and encouraged to enhance their volunteering experience by attending regional, national & external training.

We are a happy, vibrant group and take great pleasure and pride in helping our riders in their achievements, whether it is a smile or a rosette.

 

Helping children and adults with disabilities to develop their confidence and abilities through horse riding…

 

For information on riding or volunteering contact norfolkcoastrda@gmail.com or call our Sally Vanson, our Secretary on 07776 800656

 

Regular group meeting times: 
Wednesday mornings and one afternoon each week
Cost: 
No charge but minimum donation of £3 requested.
Highlights: 
Easy access to open countryside
Parking
Take Reservations
Wheelchair accessible
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Sally Vanson 2

We have vacancies for adult and school age children to ride on Wednesday mornings and we are starting an afternoon session from 3.00 - 5.00pm. Anyone with physical or mental difficulties is welcome.