Ravelrig Christmas Fayre

Sunday 27th November 12 till 3

It’s almost here – one of the highlights of the Ravelrig RDA calendar – the annual Christmas Fayre.  We’re looking for volunteers to prepare home baking and help out on the day, so let us know if you can support us.  TOMBOLA AND RAFFLE PRIZES WELCOMED!!

Run the Munich Marathon (sort of!)

Gyle Shopping Centre;  Sunday 9th October 2016

A team of Runners made up of riders and volunteers from Ravelrig RDA will run the full length of the Munich Marathon – on a treadmill – in the Gyle Shopping Centre – at the same time as the actual event is taking place in Germany!  Would you like to join the team or come along to support us?

The Glorious Ravelrig Open Day 2016 raises an amazing £3,016!!

What a brilliant day!  Wonderful weather, lovely people, tasty burgers, delicious home baking and loads of things to do.  All the crazy preparation and praying for good weather paid off with what can only be described as a fabulous Open Day.  Huge thanks to everyone who helped out before, during and after – plus a big thank you to everyone who came along to support us.

Special thanks to Rollover Hotdogs for donating the delicious hotdogs for the BBQ and our long term supporters Fords The Bakers (Newbridge) who donated the rolls for the burgers and some cakes for our cafe.

Ravelrig Summer Open Day

5th June 2016 – 11am to 3pm

Ravelrig RDA Annual Summer Open Day is coming up soon.  We are looking for donations for our raffle and tombola so if you have any unwanted gifts now is your chance to give them to a worthy cause!  Details of  the days events will be added soon.

Ravelrig Al Borgo menu raises £400

A huge thank you to the Caprico family who own and run the delightful Italian restaurant  Al Borgo for hosting our second  annual fundraising dinner menu on Wednesday 20th April.  The food was fantastic, the company was great and Ravelrig received a boost to its funds.  A perfect evening!


Riding and Road Safety Course

VOLUNTEERS:  Riding and Road Safety Course – Saturday 23rd April 2016 – 2pm-4pm

It is so nice for the horses and ponies to be hacked out, keeping them stimulated and providing a change of scenery. However, to maximise volunteer safety, riding has to be to of a certain standard and the above course should be attended to gain more knowledge of hazard perception.

The course will take place in the Ravelrig Clubroom and you can register your attendance by adding your name to the list on the Volunteer Board. Places are limited to 14 but there will be further courses in the future.