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staff vacancy
Written by Andrew Gibb   

We currently have a vacancy for a part-time person for mornings. Hours negotiable. Please contact us if you are interested.

 
Expansion project 2014
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We are delighted to begin publishing photos and details of our new development work. All the demolition work on old buildings is now completed, and the first of the new American Barn style stables blocks has been built. You can see from the photos how spacious and airy the new facilities are, and the horses that have moved in

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 August 2014 21:44 )
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Building works to begin
Written by Andrew Gibb   
Work will begin on the first American Barn in the first months of 2014 and continue with the other two barns. The creation of the new school will not take place until later in the year to ensure that our liveries continue to have an indoor riding facility throughout the winter months. Definately exciting times ahead!
 
Christmas Meal
Written by Andrew Gibb   
Over 30 of our liveries went along to the Dovecot in Alders Road back in December for a Yard Christmas Dinner. This has been an annual event for the last 7 years and everyone had a great time and a lovely meal.
 
New Paddocks
Written by Andrew Gibb   
Work has now begun on fencing our new paddocks. A total of eleven fully post and rail secure paddocks will be generated.
 
Plans for the yard
Written by Andrew Gibb   

At long last, planning permission has been granted for further development of our facilities. This includes

  • Replace the existing indoor school, which was about 25m x 19m, with a new 40m x 20m school
  • An additional new outdoor school to be used for jumping,
  • Two 10 stable american barns and a 6 stable american barn which will replace some other existing stables as well as provide a number of new ones.
  • A new muck disposal facility
  • Increased paddocks and other general yard improvements.
 
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