Welcome to Fairlight Hall Riding For The Disabled
Fairlight Hall RDA was established in 2015. We are a registered charity and are proud that we have been able to reopen after both lockdowns to enable some our riders to carry on enjoying the hugely therapeutic benefits of being on and around horses. We do have a waiting list but we are hoping to welcome back more riders in the coming months. Our lessons run for 30 minutes and include time in our beautiful outdoor arena or hacking out in our grounds. Please get in touch whether as a rider or as a volunteer. Many thanks and we look forward to hearing from you.
ACHIEVING INDIVIDUAL GOALS
GAINING CONFIDENCE AND BUILDING SELF ESTEEM
FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT
MEET THE TEAM
NEWS & UPDATES
Friday 17th December
Last session. End of term.
Wednesday 12th January
First Session for Wednesday Riders
Friday 14th January
First Session for Friday Riders
The RDA office will be manned on Wednesdays and Fridays and we will answer emails then. To contact us please email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form below. You can also call us on 07931 617613. We always check the email and the phone for 24-hour cancellation notification.
DONATE / FUNDRAISING
How you can help
We are hugely grateful for any financial help we receive. Without this support we would not be able to continue our work.
For donations our BACS details are:
Fairlight Hall Riding For the Disabled
Account No – 29466726
Sort Code – 40 51 62
This last year, we have received grants from:
- RDA UK
- The Wellesley Charitable Foundation
- Battle Muffin Club
- Police Community Fund for Sussex
- Isabel Blackman Foundation
- The National Lottery Community Fund
- Romney Marsh Pony Club
- The Francis and Eric Ford Charity Trust
- A donation in memory of the late Margaret Soan
- Donations from some of our riders’ families.
We have also received just under £1000 from Longleys Studio Barns (LSB) who held a raffle in memory of Hannah Hoad who loved doing art in the studio and riding with us. We were also gifted Hannah’s favourite painting by artist Veronica Van Eijk of LSB. It is now hanging in the RDA office and is a wonderful connection to Hannah.