Clare Lane and Pat James received a cheque for £100 from the Scolty Centre on behalf of the Riding for the Disabled Deeside Group last month
Scolty clients Margaret Young, John Turner, Stephen Gold and Heather Patterson had organised a successful coffee morning and decided to share the money between three charities - RDA Deeside, Forget Me Not, and a school in Africa , which the Centre supports.
Several clients from Scolty ride with RDA Deeside on a Friday morning.
RDA Deeside is a small charity that offers riding therapy and fun to both physically disabled people and those with learning difficulties, using the facilities at World Horse Welfare, Aboyne.
Anyone able to spare a couple of hoursn a week to volunteer should contact Jill Randalls 01330 824850 or firstname.lastname@example.org. No experience necessary.
Pictured from left - back - Stephen Gold, Clare Lane, Pat James. Front - Caroline Esson, John Turner, Chris McDonald, Margaret Young.