Sunday, 26 January 2014

MEP appeal for riding school

MEP appeal for riding school damaged by weather

We Demand a Referendum NOW MEP Nikki Sinclaire has made an urgent appeal for help for Nuneaton and North Warwickshire Equestrian Centre after it was damaged by freak weather.

Staff at the Nuneaton and North Warwickshire Equestrian Centre, known as the riding school for the disabled, are also desperately looking for alternative homes for its horses as all the stables have been deemed unsafe.

Nikki and her team have backed a campaign to keep the centre open and delivered a 5000 name petition to 10 Downing Street calling for support.

Nikki said,

"The centre does fantastic work and I know volunteers have been working desperately hard to keep the centre alive

We couldn't predict the freak weather but now we are try info to find alternative homes for the horses who are kept at the Galley Common centre.

I would urge anybody who could help to please get in touch with the centre".

Nikki added,

"The whole of Galley Common has been affected and buildings, including stable buildings at the centre, have been badly affected. 

Beyond rehousing horses, if there are any local companies or individuals who could help the centre get back on its feet, all the help would be greatly appreciated".