Sponsorship for Perry RDA

Much Wenlock-based charity Perry Riding Group for the Disabled (Perry RDA) has been awarded £5,000 for the recruitment of new volunteers. Sponsored by Telford-based civil engineering company Freyssinet, which is part of the Vinci group, the funding will go towards enlisting people from the county to assist with the running of equine sessions for disabled adults and children.

Perry RDA provides disabled people with opportunities to improve their physical and mental wellbeing through educational and fun activities with horses. Each week, 80 adults and children with a range of disabilities and special needs take part in riding, vaulting or carriage driving sessions at the centre.

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