Coronavirus Update (24.03.20)
“Following the government’s advice on the need for strict social distancing we are unable to run our regular activities at the Ride High Charity and the Ride High Equestrian Centre.
We are asking all our Ride High members, clients and volunteers not to come to the site until further notice. We will be emailing you with more information about cancelled sessions and any future bookings in the next few days. We will also be posting FAQs on the website and putting out messages on social media. If you haven’t heard from us by 6th April or have further questions please contact us on 01908 666434.
We will restart sessions in the charity and the equestrian centre as soon as the government says that we can safely do so and will update the website when we have more news. In the meantime we want to reassure all of you that the horses and ponies will be well looked after by a core staff team.
These are challenging times for all of us – we are a social organisation and it will be hard not to see the friendly faces of Ride High members, staff, clients and volunteers who are part of the Ride High family. However, we remain optimistic about our ability to weather the storm and in the meantime we send best wishes to you all and our hope that you stay safe and well.”
Olivia Sugdon, Chief Executive.
Last updated: 24/03/20
Following the announcement regarding the closure of schools for most local children, we would like to confirm that the Ride High Equestrian Centre is still open and lessons are running as usual.
We are closely monitoring the Coronavirus situation and continue to follow Government guidelines in relation to the outbreak. We are maintaining additional cleaning and disinfection measures across the site, including disinfecting reins etc between riders. We also have hand sanitiser and soap and water available on site and would recommend that riders bring a minimum of spectators to minimise the number of people on the yard. We would also like to remind visitors about the importance of good hand and personal hygiene.
If you are displaying any symptoms of Coronavirus or have been directly exposed to the disease, please stay at home. Do not visit the Ride High Equestrian Centre. If you have visited Ride High Equestrian Centre within 14 days of the symptoms occurring, please call the Equestrian Centre on 01908 666434.
The Ride High Equestrian Centre is closely monitoring the situation regarding Coronavirus and continues to follow Government guidelines from Public Health England in relation to the outbreak.
We remain open as usual, with all of our lessons and activities running as scheduled. Should there be any developments clients will be notified directly and updates will be posted on this page.
We are maintaining additional cleaning and disinfection measures and would like to remind all our visitors about the importance of good hand and personal hygiene.
If you are displaying any symptoms of Coronavirus or have been directly exposed to the disease, please stay at home and call NHS 111. Do not visit the Ride High Equestrian Centre. If you have visited Ride High Equestrian Centre within 14 days of the symptoms occurring, please call the Equestrian Centre on 01908 666434.