Riding for the Disabled

March 24th, 2021

‘'I was at the barn feeding the ponies so could see what Pete Bond has done so far and it looks great - such a difference! Please pass on our thanks to the people at Brewers’

Sue Rigby

Riding for the Disabled Association enriches lives through horses. The charity helps over 25,000 disabled children and adults across the UK providing fun activities such as carriage driving and riding whilst also providing therapy, fitness, skills, and opportunities for achievement. The charity is supported by 18,000 volunteers with nearly 500 RDA centres all over the country welcoming people from all walks of life. 

The RDA depends on the generosity of volunteers and donations to keep up their life-changing work. The Windsor and Ascot Driving Group approached Brewers in Windsor who were more than happy to donate 30L of Albany Masonry Smooth Brilliant White to give their barn a new lease of life. Volunteers Pete Bond and his wife took on the project and the end result looks great! Whilst carriage driving has been on hold the past year, it brings great joy to those who take part, and the charity looks forward to welcoming them back to a new, refreshed barn.

If you would like to find out more about the incredible work the RDA carries out, please click here.