Conquest Centre Open Day
The Conquest Centre for Disabled Riders were delighted to open our doors to the general public on Saturday 11th October for our annual Open Day; and what a fabulous day it was too! The event was kicked off by our wonderful Mayor Councillor Dave Durden, his delightful wife and our very supportive local MP Jeremy Browne.
We support approx. 180 disabled riders and their families each week and are very proud of the positive impact Conquest has on our clients’ lives.
The Open day provides us with the chance to showcase our work to the rest of the community. This year, we were also joined by our Patron and Paralympic Gold Medal winner, Debbie Criddle and the team from BBC Radio Somerset in their big bus! As well as being able to observe our lessons for themselves, attractions included a visit from ‘Steel Suffolks’ Suffolk Punches and the team from Reptiles on Route with the full range of their attractions. In addition to all this we also were offering Donkey rides!