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Equicate - Equine Facilitated Learning - Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire

Ridden and ground based learning outdoors down on the farm. We offer holiday clubs, day services and sessions for schools designed to meet objectives as required.  With the modern world of technology it is important to rebalance and recharge. Spending time outdoors moving is the perfect…

Ridden and ground based learning outdoors down on the farm. We offer holiday clubs, day services and sessions for schools designed to meet objectives as required. 

With the modern world of technology it is important to rebalance and recharge. Spending time outdoors moving is the perfect environment to develop self esteem and activate the brain ready to learn. 

 

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Donna Hall or Lynette Evora
Contact Position
Directors and founders
Telephone
07749 971361
E-mail
equicate@outlook.com
Website
Equicate Website

Where to go

Name
Equicate
Address
Deer Farm Stables
Menmarsh Road
Worminghall
Buckinghamshire
Postcode
HP18 9JT

Other Details

Costs

Details

Day Services 10 -3pm £60 per session

Ground based sessions 45 mins £25

Riding lessons 45 Mins £30 (this includes preparing the horse to ride and caring for the horse after the session)

Tiny tots riding 20 mins £15

 

Availability

Additional Information

Providing services to
Children
Adults

Notes

Equicate are able to offer services for adults and children with additional needs including autism, ADHD and social and communication difficulties.

We currently work with children at risk of exclusion, schools, children out of school and adult day services. 

Last checked on 01/07/2018

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