In the 4 months since my daughter, aged 6, began coming to Cotswold RDA we have seen an incredible change to her confidence and outlook.
Keep up to date with all the events we are planning throughout 2017. From training days, Holiday Club activities and much more. Click below to find out more
A Volunteers story
If you are thinking of volunteering then look no further than joining us! Volunteering at Cotswold RDA truly changes lives, to see how you could change someones life read Karen’s story, it’s inspirational!
Here at Cotswold Riding for the Disabled our purpose is to promote a culture of learning, development, achievement and enjoyment for our riders that allows each and every one to reach their full potential.
With over 180 riders each week, supported by 120 volunteers, we want to ensure that Cotswold RDA is “where aspirations become a reality” for everyone.
All our riders are physically disabled or have learning difficulties/special needs, if we can encourage a child or an adult to communicate and help them make sense of the world; to say “walk on” for the first time; spend 30 minutes in the saddle or even to hold their reins then we know we are making a difference.
Since our very first ride some 50 years ago, we have come a long way. We are now planning for the next 50 years to guarantee our riders have the best experience we can provide for them.
We had a very successful day with a great group of people at the RDA Midwest Dressage Regional Event on Thursday 18th May. There were 12 riders representing Cotswold in both Dressage Tests and the Countryside Challenge. A number of our riders were competing for the...read more
Following our training day here is a copy of the power point file for you to download.read more
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Making a Difference
Meet Kitty, Miriam and Hazel, just a few of the children who are benefiting from BBC Children in Need funding.