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Posted by Paula Nicholls on February 13, 2014 at 8:45 AM

Half Term Newsletter

Dear Horse Riders & Parents,

Welcome to the New Range Riding School Half Term Newsletter!

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Special offer

Buy any 5 lessons and get 1 lesson free or Buy and 10 lessons and get 2 lessons free! – Contact me now to book!

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Winter Warmers Appeal

We are in need of extra blankets, quilts, towels and old cuddly toys for our New Range animals. Alternatively if you haven’t got anything like that and would still like to contribute you can now donate to the care of the animals online! Simply head to our website –

www.newrangeridingschool.com

and hit the “Donate” button! You can choose how much you want to donate and ALL proceeds go towards the care of our animals!

 

Half Term Extra Lessons for Children

Tuesday 18th February – Pony Day 9.30am-4.00pm £26

                                      - Pony Morning 9.30am-1.00pm £21

Wednesday 19th February – 2 hour lesson 10.00am-12.00 midday £19

Thursday 20th February – Pony Day 9.30am-4.00pm £26

                                       - Pony Morning 9.30am-1.00pm £21

Saturday 22nd February – Pony Day 9.30am-4.00pm £26

                                        - Pony Morning 9.30am-1.00pm £21

Sunday 23rd February – 2 hour lesson 11.30am-1.30pm £19

 

Special offer – All new clients will receive 10% off their first lesson and if you introduce a new friend to riding both of you get 10% off your lesson.

 

Private lessons for adults and children are also available around these times; please make all bookings in advance and please help us to accommodate everyone by giving us a minimum of 24 hours notice of cancellations.

 

Paula and all at New Range Riding School!

p.s. please remember our Winter Warmers appeal and head to our website at

www.newrangeridingschool.com

 

 

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