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BUSHY PARK - Activities for the Disabled

Companion Cycling is a project which enables people who are unable to ride "solo" to enjoy cycling with a companion in the lovely environment of Bushy Park.

 

Anyone, whatever their ability or mobility, can become a cyclist using a special cycle and with the aid of a "pilot" who might be a carer, a friend, a family member or a Companion Cycling volunteer.

 

Companion Cycling is situated in the Stockyard (adjacent to the Park Offices, off Hampton Court Road).

 

Companion Cycling is a Registered Charity - No. 1085381.

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The Horse Rangers Association (HRA) supports the personal development of children and young people by teaching them how to ride and look after horses. It runs a dedicated special needs section at the Indoor Riding School at the Stockyard, Bushy Park during the week in term time. It is a member group of the UK-wide RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association).

 

Due to demand, Horse Rangers operates a waiting list for places in both the mainstream and special needs groups.

 

For more information, please visit the Horse Rangers website.

 

-   Special Needs Section Contact:  rda@horserangers.com

-   General Contact:  admin@horserangers.com