Sidmouth riding therapy centre aims sessions stay free

PUBLISHED: 15:18 11 March 2012

Donkey Sanctuary. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref shb 7200-22-09AW

Donkey Sanctuary. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref shb 7200-22-09AW

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Table top sale will aid Sidmouth donkey riding therapy centre keep its sessions free

SO it can continue to offer free riding therapy for children with disabilities, the centre at Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary is holding a table top sale to raise funds.

Sidmouth residents are invited to bag a bargain at the event, on Saturday, March 17, by the Parents and Friends Association (PFA) at the sanctuary.

On from 10am until 1pm, with refreshments available throughout the day, admission and parking is free for buyers and sellers will be charged £5 a table.

There are a number of table pitches still available and people should call 01395 573009 to book a place.

The charity’s donkey assisted therapy centre in Sidmouth provides free donkey riding therapy, free of charge, to around 150 children from 41 local schools each week and is entirely reliant on donations to fund its work.

The PFA supports the centre by holding fundraising events, and encouraging parents, friends and supporters to get involved with its work.

Visit www.elisabethsvendsentrust.org.uk for more details.


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