Riding charity continue fundraising drive

A specialist facility near Much Wenlock is continuing to raise funds. The Cavalier Centre will offer fully accessible services to enable people with disabilities to ride horses and take part in therapy. The group are already providing life-changing activities with their basic facilities, but they hope to make an even bigger difference, including sharing with other community groups including children and young people’s services.

The crowd funding campaign raised over £4,000 in its first week and is hoping to reach its £100,000 target by the end of January. If you would like to donate, visit gofundme.com/cavalier-centre.

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