WE ARE OPEN!
Whoopie! Hee Haw! Neigh! Cluck cluck! Baa!
As of today (Wednesday 2nd December 2020), when Tier 2 restrictions come into place for Somerset, we are delighted to confirm that Conquest Centre will be ‘fully’ open meaning we are able to welcome everyone on site (including general visitors).
Covid-19 safety measures will remain in place (Hands, Face, Space) and as a reminder: Everyone must report to reception on arrival.
Thank you for your continued patience and support.
Note: As advice from the Government is constantly being updated, please keep an eye on our Facebook page or email us directly for more information : email@example.com
Stay safe x
CONQUEST CENTRE VIDEO – CLICK TO PLAY
We all know that a picture conveys a thousand words, and thanks to our wonderful sponsors at Beehive Self Storage, we have a lovely video for you to watch which shows the services on offer at Conquest Centre. It is only three minutes long, so check it out by clicking the picture opposite.
Thank you once again to Beehive Self Storage!
Come On In, Snoop Around!
If you would like to have a look around our site, check out our virtual tour. See how many animals you can spot!
To provide therapeutic support involving equines, small animals and the environment to enable each individual to thrive.
For everyone to have access to the therapeutic support they need in a safe, natural and non-judgemental setting to improve emotional, social, physical and mental wellbeing.
Conquest Centre is situated in the heart of the Somerset countryside. Overlooked by the Quantock hills and surrounded by the magic of nature, this is an environment where all are equal, no judgements are made and space is given for the possibility to flourish. Here we work to respond to the needs of people with disabilities and other additional needs, welcome the community, embrace the family and engage with nature.
We are a leading Somerset charity which has been dedicated to delivering activities with horses since 1965, and these incredible animals remain at the core of all the work we do. The horse, being free from the complexities of human nature, is the most honest, challenging and compassionate facilitator there is, and truly brings a touch of magic to any encounter. Interacting with horses can massively improve health and well-being, be hugely empowering, and quite literally change people’s lives!
Read on to see if Conquest Centre could become part of your journey. As you will see in the following pages, we have much to offer!