Do you have a liking for ponies and horses & would you like to help others enjoy riding at a farm just outside Towcester?
This is a wonderful opportunity to help young disabled people to ride and care for horses.
Other duties would involve helping with grooming and feeding etc.
No qualifications are needed, some experience of horses would be useful but not essential.
Experience with horses would be a bonus but is not a necessity
- Fitness and Sport
- Health and Social Care
- Mental Health
- No specific interest
- Young People
- General Helping
- Practical Skills
- Sports Volunteering
- Supporting People and Befriending
Approved activity provider (AAP) for the Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Volunteering section of the award scheme.
DBS check required
RDA require DBS checks and are carried out once the volunteer has shown commitment to coming regularly.
When do I need to be available?
Riding takes place on Saturday mornings from 9.30am to around 12 noon.
There is riding every Saturday, the horses and ponies operate every week as there are two teams of riders, helpers and instructors who attend fortnightly.
There are groups riding every Tuesday during term time.
The Grafton group, accommodating adult riders attend on Thursdays.
Shacks Barn Farm
Medical Detection Dogs
Stowe House Preservation Trust
Towcester Town Council