NORTH Ferriby Riding for theDisabled was set up in the 1980s by Dr June Alexander with Leo and Joy Neil.
When Leo and Joy retired in 1999 a new committee was formed and the journey to find more horses and update the facilities began, with a focus on helping people with both physical and mental health wellbeing, long term health conditions and disabilities through Equine care, stable management, facilitated learning and special bespoke programs.
The RDA is home to donkeys, ponies, alpacas, sheep, cats and chickens. The Riverside Walkway Café, originally used as a store room for the RDA serving beverages for passing dog walkers. Following its popularity with walkers during the Covid epidemic and countless requests to continue, the building was extended and the facilities updated, providing indoor and outdoor seating
PUBLIC ADMISSION IS FREE TO ALL VENUES
PARTICIPATING IN HERITAGE OPEN DAY 2023
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