N&P helps disabled riders with colourful cone donation

THE Lincolnshire Wolds Riding for the Disabled Group at Kenwick has been given a helping hand by the Norwich and Peterborough Building Society branch in Louh.

Dianne Moore, senior customer consultant at N&P, approached Elizabeth Marshall, Treasurer at the riding group, to see if they would benefit from a donation.

With up to 13 people attending at one time they needed some way of separating the arena so they could have smaller groups riding at the same time. Dianne offered to donate 40 coloured cones to mark out each area.

Elizabeth said: “We are very grateful to N&P for the cone donation, it’ll help us section off the riding area so that we can teach our lessons in smaller groups. This will be much better as we’ll be able to concentrate more on each individual. We very much appreciate the support that we get from businesses like N&P, as a non-profit-making organisation, these donations really make a difference.”