We still have a number of pieces of tack available to buy at Ravelrig. If you own or know someone who owns a horse please let them know. We have a list and photos if they would like it emailed over.
Give Katie a call on 0131 449 7994 or drop her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Join in the bag packing fundraising event on the 31st December at Asda.
We still have lots of tack for sale
You can raise funds for Ravelrig when you shop for Christmas online
Get your 2019 calendar quick while stocks last
Go to charitycards.co.uk and buy your Christmas cards selecting Ravelrig RDA to support
There has always been a sense of community in this part of Edinburgh. People communicating, supporting and helping each other to make our community better for everyone and it’s a lovely feeling to be part of it.
The Coop in Corslet Place, Currie has been a wonderful supporter of Ravelrig for the last year while we have been part of the Coop’s Community Local Fund. Kerry, Scott, Craig and all their team have been out to see us a few times and even joined in our Summer Open Day.
Being one of the three local charities the store has supported has been an honour, but has unfortunately come to an end. We will apply for the next round but what we have achieved this time is fantastic and it will really make a difference and allow us to develop and support our volunteer coaches.
Some of the Saturday volunteers will be heading to Corslet Place Coop on Saturday 24th November to collect our final payment cheque from the store’s team so we are really excited about that. Pop along about 3pm if you want to join in the fun.
Graham Wright, one of our supporters who lives in Wales completed the Half Marathon in Vale and has raised nearly £300 for Ravelrig, which is fantastic.
Here’s a couple of photos that Graham sent over. He said it was a great route going through muddy fields, rivers and along cliff tops, so hopefully a hot bath was waiting for him.
So from everyone at Ravelrig, including the eight ponies, THANK YOU GRAHAM!!!!!!
Completing the fun for Ravelrig
Vale Half Marathon
Did you know it costs us £70,000 to run Ravelrig RDA each year? We raise this money a number of ways, from donations from businesses, the local community, friends of Ravelrig, Grants and our very own fundraising activities.
We are always looking for new ways to raise funds and we are holding a Car Wash and Tack Sale on Sunday 23rd September.
From 12pm – 3pm we will be at Ravelrig RDA, buckets, bubbles and sponges at the ready to wash your dirty car for just £3 and at the same time there will be lots of Tack for sale in the barn.
Each event is being run independently, so it’s fine if you are not interested in Tack and just want your car washing or walk here and just want to peruse the Tack, (we won’t attack you with soap and water!).
There is lots of tack available from full bridles, rugs and lots more, so come along and see what you can pick up.
If you want to help on the day please pop your name on the lists in the Club Room – Thanks!
So, come along and help us raise lots of money for Ravelrig RDA!
Thank you to everyone who sent in photos for the competition, it was lovely seeing them all.
Well done to following people who will all have a photo featured in the 2019 Ravelrig calendar
We are busy putting the finishing touches to the calendar and are excited about revealing it soon!
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Buddie getting a closer look
Tess from Dick Vets arrived at Ravelrig yesterday to give each of our horses their annual health check. Tess had a good look at each of the horses in their stable to begin with, checking their eyes, heart and bones.
After Tess had given them a good look at in the stable, each of them were led out by Barbara and walked up and down the yard. From doing this Tess was able to have a good look at each of them and how they walked to make sure they were not lame or looked like they were holding themselves differently.
Then, much to Barbara’s delight they each had to trot, so Barbara must have run at least a mile yesterday with all of the horses.
Each of the horses were given a clean bill of health and Tess was really pleased with them.
Thank you Tess!
Buddie having his eyes examined
Barbara running with Tonto
Tess looking at Buddie trotting
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