Sleigh visits Kay to say...
charity’s publicity materials.
Chairman of the charity Anne Coney said: “Her support for the group is certainly above any reasonable expectations. Because of her contribution during the year, I nominated Kay for the Volunteer of the Year for the Riding for Disabled South Region.
“The region has 49 groups and therefore many hundreds of volunteers. Out of all the nominations Kay was the successful applicant. As chair of Bank Farm RDA, I cannot emphasise enough the many hours Kay gives to our group and to me personally. With her interest and commitment, my job is made very easy and the future of the group is extremely healthy with Kay and the other trustees all of who give up their time completely free.”
The charity enters its 30th year in January and it is looking forward to an exciting year of fun and fundraising.
The group’s first event is on March 5, an Old Tyme Music Hall at St Leonard’s Village Hall.
It is also Sainsbury’s Charity of the Year and it is one of the three charities supported by Waitrose during December.
Riding for the Disabled volunteer Kay Cullen
receives her award from Father Christmas