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WHITE HORSE STABLES - HORSE RESCUE

REGISTERED CHARITY - 1060620

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LADY CHAIRMAN:         DIANE BARCLAY-BERNARD

SECRETARY:                 ALISON EDE

FUND MANAGER:         DENISE MYLES

TRUSTEES:                   NICOLA HILLER

                                      JEFF NEWMAN

                                      GLEN HAFFENDEN  

                                                           

                                                       

 

 

To relieve the suffering of horses and ponies which are in need of care and attention and in particular to provide or maintain rescue homes or sanctuaries or such other facilities for the reception and care of unwanted horses and ponies and the treatment of sick and ill-treated equines.

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WHITE HORSE STABLES - HORSE RESCUE

STOCKLANDS FARM

ELLENWHORNE LANE

STAPLECROSS

EAST SUSSEX

TN32 5RT

TEL:           01580 831266

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ELLENWHORNE EQUESTRIAN CENTRE

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White Horse Stables typically has about 28 horses or ponies in it's care at any one time. All these horses and ponies are seeking sponsorship, adoption or rehoming. If you would like to sponsor, adopt or offer an equine a home please visit our equine profiles or sponsorship pages and choose your new friend.

If you prefer you can visit our centre meet the horses and ponies and decide who you would like to help. If you like the idea of grooming and caring for the horses and you have some free time maybe you could become one of our volunteers or help raise funds for the horses. Some fundraising ideas can be found on our fundraising page.

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Postcode Community Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People's Postcode Lottery.

 

Our project recieved £8,839 from the Trust to provide 10 free spaces for disadvantaged children to learn to ride. The project will be run over the period of a year and will start with the basics of learning to ride and include grooming, mucking out, care of tack, feeding and other subjects. The sessions will be run by a qualified instructor with assistants to ensure each child's safety.

 

To see the lastest on our project go to our News Page.

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