Freemasons give helping hand to Louth disabled riding charity

Sean Devlin, worshipful master of Lindsey Lodge Freemasons presented �500 to Liz Marshall, treasurer for Lincolnshire Wolds Rding for the Disabled in Louth.
Sean Devlin, worshipful master of Lindsey Lodge Freemasons presented �500 to Liz Marshall, treasurer for Lincolnshire Wolds Rding for the Disabled in Louth.
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LINCOLNSHIRE Wolds Riding for the Disabled have received a £500 donation from Lindsey Lodge Freemasons.

Treasurer Liz Marshall received the cheque on behalf of the riding charity from Sean Devlin, worshipful master at the freemasons.

The weekly riding club, based at Lincolnshire Rural Activities Centre in Louth, offers horse riding lessons for disabled people in a safe and enjoyable environment.

Liz said: “We’re very grateful for such donations. We are reliant on them as we are all volunteers.

“The money will go towards the annual holiday we try to take the riders on to Wales, which costs between £2,000 and £2,500.”

The Louth branch was set up in 1996 and is part of a bigger national network of clubs offering riding opportunities.