An evening with the Riding for the Disabled School in Milton
In April / May 2002 I walked 247 miles from Fort William to Cape
Wrath in Scotland as part of my
Land's End to John O'Groats walk. Before I set off I decided to use the
walk to raise money for a charity. My employers, Pace, have a charity scheme
for local charities that I decided to take advantage of, and I chose Riding
Schools for the Disabled in Cambridgeshire to be my choice of charity.
Thanks to the kindness of my fellow colleagues, friends and
family and diving associates, I managed to raise £752.27, which Pace kindly
matched to make a grand total of £1,504.54. On the evening of the
20th of June I went along to the RDA branch in Milton to hand over
the cheques. These pictures show some of the good work that the RDA in
P6200101 Getting ready to present the cheques.
P6200102 Getting ready to present the cheques.
P6200103 Myself presenting the cheques.
P6200104 Myself presenting the cheques.
P6200105 Myself presenting the cheques.
P6200106 Horses circling around.
P6200110 A disabled lady riding a horse.
P6200111 Horses circling around.
P6200112 Horses circling around.
P6200114 A disabled lady riding a horse.
P6200115 A disabled lady riding a horse.
On the 1st of July I went to see an RDA group in Barton. These riders were less advanced than the Milton group, but it was great to see them enjoying the riding.