Riding charity in Milton Keynes receives help

April 12, 2018 by  

Ride High, which encourages children, is getting help in Milton Keynes from a manufacturer.

Ride High is all about boosting the self-esteem of children. Caring for horses and riding them can make a big difference to young lives. Scotts, a stable manufacturer, is improving the Ride High base. Promotional pens from Milton Keynes may be used in the third sector. The chief executive of Ride High is Rachel Medill, while the managing director at Scotts is James Scott, who told the Milton Keynes Citizen:

“We are thrilled to have this opportunity. I am sure both our installation team and the young people will learn new skills from working together on this project.”

Medill is grateful for the intervention of Scotts. She wants the courtyard of Ride High to be upgraded. In addition, she hopes that the outcome of the work will be extra resources for her charity. This might well be the case if riding school clients are impressed by the initiative.

The riding school makes profits for the charity by offering a service to the public. The Ride High Equestrian Centre was acquired last year.

Ride High targets children who lack academic confidence or who struggle to attend school. It has already been able to make a positive contribution to the prospects of youngsters at risk of being left behind.