Smeeth Saddlery of West Walton help out West Norfolk Riding for the Disabled's winter hay fund with £325 fundraiser
West Norfolk Riding for the Disabled's winter hay fund got a boost this week thanks to an equestrian business.
Smeeth Saddlery, which is based at West Walton, has helped out by donating the proceeds from a half-term raffle to the feed fund.
A total of £325 was raised and presented to Natalie Dade, the yard manager at the Magpie Centre, by Smeeth Saddlery's owner Suzanne Cavill.
Suzanne said: "We had more than 20 prizes on offer of various values including Crafty Ponies with accessories, including crafty ponies pony with accessories, saddle cloths, treats, Hunter goodie bags and lots more."
The hay fund is also hoping to benefit from the RDA's colourful calendars and Christmas cards which are now on sale.
They feature horses, ponies, staff, volunteers and riders at the Centre and are priced at £6 each.
Colin Perriss, the West Norfolk branch chairmaan, said: "The Magpie centre is grateful to a number of local businesses for their support and sponsorship in producing our first calendar. They include Prontaprint, Wild Oak Workshops, Doubleday, Neil Cutforth Associates, TMorph Design,Vets4Pets, Gratitude 43, MCP Solicitors, Total Motors, Rachel Hurcomb Photography, Bearts and Utility Warehouse."
The calendars can be bought online from the RDA website and also from West Winch Post Office, Vets for Pets, within Pets at Home, Campbells Meadow, Hardwick Rd, Lynn, Chalk & Cheese at Shouldham and Prontaprint, 24 St James St, Lynn.