When Tandridge Hundred Lodge No. 5767 heard that a local disabled riding group was raising funds for a ramp for their pupils, the decision was made that they would fund the whole project
The ramp now means that the group can offer lessons to wheelchair bound pupils - something that was not previously possible. The work has now been completed at a cost of £2,500.
Receiving the cheque, Chairman of Godstone Group RDA (Riding for the Disabled), Gill Morrison, explained that the group depended entirely on charitable donations to be able to sustain the group.
Godstone Group RDA have been offering riding classes to disabled children and adults from the local area for more than 30 years and currently teach 62 riders, 45 of whom are under 25 years of age.