Ambury Park Centre

Riding therapy with a difference, where horses help improve the lives of children, adolescents and adults with physical, emotional, psychological and intellectual disabilities.

Ambury Park Centre is a registered charity, that was established in 1983 as a riding centre for people with disabilities. Since that time the Centre has developed a range of services including a school for students aged 13 upwards and a full-time vocational training programme for adults 18 and over. These programmes include physiological and psychological therapies and educational, work training and social development programmes.

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HOW CAN YOU HELP?

You can help us in several ways, by volunteering a few hours to work with our horses or a donation to help with the running costs. Ambury Park Centre relies on the community for a large part of its funding. The school fees and riding fees paid by clients or supporting agencies who contribute around a third of our income. Similarly, government grants supply about a third, so the board has to work hard to raise the further third needed to cover our costs every year.

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