How you can Help Leybourne Grange Riding Centre for the Disabled:


We are consistently looking at ways we can raise money - which we so need to do in order for our centre to remain the amazing place it is for all able bodied and disabled riders.  


We have causes which you are able to donate to, be it monetary or materialistic.


The following are links which we have setup to help us in our bid to raise funds:


Virgin Money Giving:  You are able to donate as a one off or on a regular basis. You can also undertake any intrepid deed you wish and donate any money raised to our Riding Centre.


The Cash Piglet:  Please dontate by bringing or posting to our Riding Centre any unused foreign currency which you no longer need.


Recycle for Charity: Recycle your used Printer Cartridges - we have a box in the office for you to put them in.

Phil the Bag: Please bring any bags of clothing etc, you no longer require and we will recycle them and receive money for doing so.


Easy Fundraising:  Whenever your going to buy something online - click on the Easy Fundraising Link and support us whilst spending.


About Leybourne Grange Riding Centre 


A small riding establishment was originally setup in the mid 70's as part of Leybourne Grange Hospital. When the hospital withdrew from the site in late 1992 the Councillor at that time Roy Barnes who became chairman and director of the board and former solicitor Janet Bowen formed a limited company - Leybourne Grange Riding Centre for the Disabled thus enabling the riding centre to continue to provide recreational and therapeutic riding sessions.


LGRCD has now expanded to include additional stabling, together with stable rentals and has significantly increased the number of lessons we now provide to enable disabled riders to continue with the benefits, enjoyment and freedom of riding a horse which is suited to their needs.


We are primarily for disabled riders but run an equal amount of able bodied lessons to help subsidise the riding for disabled with lesson fees.