We welcome anyone from our local community to engage with us, join us in a place of non-judgement and safety. A community herd ensures the continuation of conservation grazing and actively promotes land bio-diversity.


We welcome people engaging with mental health services, social services, health care providers and those who self-refer. Young people attending local schools, colleges and youth groups. Young adults attending alternative learning providers.


We offer families a calm space to strengthen their bonds and support each other. Whether that is for learning to ride with mutual consent or simply spending time connecting with our herd in a unique way. We encourage families, their friends and co-workers to engage with the horses and become part of our community herd.


We actively welcome and support charities supporting Social, Emotional & Mental Health (SEMH), Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND). Charities working with displaced and disadvantaged families. Learning Providers, Youth Reform Organisations and Home Schooling Groups. Local Community Projects.