The Saddlers’ Company have supported the British Horse Society Changing Lives Through Horses Programme since its inception. . The scheme reconnects young people to communities through the magic of horses, allowing them to rekindle the desire to continue within education and training, while simultaneously gaining the tools required to support themselves into a career pathway of their choice. The Prime Warden, Lucy Atherton, along with other members of the Company, recently visited the Nuneaton and North Warwickshire Equestrian Centre to experience this amazing educational provision in person and to meet a group of young people learning about horse care and much, much more. The annual charitable grant of £20,000 is clearly making a big difference to the lives of young people.
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