Foxes Riding School

Tuesday 10am - Singleton riders
A group of young riders with various learning difficulties and behavioural problems who are allowed out of school to ride and are brought by their parents or family members. Some riders need as many as three volunteers to help them ride.

Tuesday 10.30am - Elleray Park
A group who have complex learning difficulties

Tuesday 11am - Eastham Centre
A group of enthusiastic adults with learning difficulties.

Tuesday 1pm - Willaston Primary School
A group of young enthusiastic riders with learning difficulties.

Tuesday 1.30pm - West Kirby Residential School
A small group of young adults who suffer from learning difficulties but make good use of their riding lesson.

Wednesday 10am - Woodlands School
A group of very enthusiastic primary school aged children with learning difficulties.

Wednesday 10.30am - Chester Bluecoat School / Alternative Futures
A group of young enthusiastic riders with learning difficulties.

Wednesday 11am - Alternative Futures
Three adults with severe learning difficulties

Wednesday 1pm - Canal Street
Adults with learning difficulties from a training centre in Chester.

Wednesday 1.30pm - Eastham Centre
A group of enthusiastic adults with learning difficulties.

Wednesday 2.30pm - Upton Westlea
A class of 5 primary school age children with learning difficulties.

Wednesday 6pm - Independent riders

Thursday 11am - Heswall Centre
A day centre for adults with learning disabilities. This is a group of riders of mixed abilities. All very friendly, several are very lively, a few are apprehensive and need a lot of encouragement and a few are unable to communicate at all. All of them relax much more when they are astride a horse.

Thursday 12pm - Alternative Futures
Three adults, 2 of whom have been riding for some time.

Thursday 1.30pm - Alternative Futures & Home Farm Trust
A group of reasonably able riders some of whom have been riding for a long time.

Thursday 2pm - Alternative Futures
A group of adults, some with severe learning difficulties. Riding as always seems to make them relax, helping their confidence and concentration.

Thursday 2.30pm - Autism Together
A large group of riders who live in a residential home or out in the community. They suffer from autism, some severely. Every rider has a very individual personality and are sometimes difficult to communicate with. This is a challenging but rewarding ride.

Thursday 5.30pm
There are three half hour rides. Riders are brought by their parents or carers. Some have been riding for a long time. (March until the end of November.)

Friday 2pm - Alternative Futures
A group of riders with mixed abilities deriving a great deal of pleasure from their ride.

Friday 2.30pm - Neston Centre / Alternative Futures
A group of riders with mixed abilities.

Friday 4pm - Independent riders

 

Wirral Riding Centre

Tuesday 1.30pm - Hinderton School
A group of children who suffer from autism. They thoroughly enjoy their riding and make steady progress

Tuesday 2pm - Mulberry Centre
Adults with learning difficulties from a training centre in Chester.

Wednesday 1.30pm - Mulberry Centre
Adults with learning difficulties from a training centre in Chester.  

Wednesday 2pm - Ysgol Pen Coch
A group of young riders from a school in Flint. Some have severe learning difficulties and need a lot of help and patience. Since they have been riding their behaviour and riding skills have improved immensely.

Wednesday 5.30pm - Independent riders

Wednesday 6pm
Two half hour rides, mainly children of mixed abilities who enjoy their evening rides and are brought by their parents (March until the end of November.)