Grants and Donations

July 20, 2017 at 12:59 pm

Donations totaling £685 have been received from individuals and £210 had been received in subscriptions.

A grant of £900 for a new saddle and bridle for one of the driving ponies has been made by Comic Relief Community Cash, via the Community Foundation for Surrey.

A St. Stephens mother has very kindly raised £219.23 to go towards The National Championship costs and the school has raised a further £165.

An individual has donated £65 and RDA National has given £75 towards transport costs for the Nationals.

 

 

 

 

Embroidered Clothing

July 20, 2017 at 12:46 pm

A new supplier of embroidered clothing has been sourced. Papillon, will provide samples which will be available at Little Brook, allowing for inspection before purchase.

Please place orders with Sally

Carriage Driving Update

July 20, 2017 at 12:38 pm

Heatherley Cheshire Home in Copthorne have yet to start carriage driving, as a suitable day of the week has yet to be agreed.

We hope to start teaching two blind ladies the art of carriage driving in early August, once they have attended a ‘trial’ session with our driving coach.

We have entered our two driving ponies, Guy and Coke in the Pleasure Driving Class at the Edenbridge and Oxted Show to be held over the August Bank Holiday. There will also be a Bucket Collection, so please give generously.

New Riders for the New Term

July 20, 2017 at 12:27 pm

Woodfield School in Merstham, will start at Little Brook when the new term begins in September,  attending on Mondays at 12 noon. The children have mild learning difficulties and behavioral problems.

East Park qualify for Nationals

July 20, 2017 at 12:20 pm

After attending the Regional Championships on 6th June, four of our young riders; Jasmine, Kyle, Leeroy and Amy.qualified for the Nationals at Hartpury in Gloucestershire last weekend, accompanied by their parents for moral support.

Jasmine was placed 4th in her class – The Countryside Junior Challenge. Leeroy and Amy were placed 4th and 6th respectively in their class, with Kyle unplaced.

The collage designed by pupils of St.Stephens School was placed an admirable 4th in the National Competition.