29 Jan ABRS talk about the effects of the pandemic
The Association of British Riding Schools on will be on BBC Radio Sussex and BBC Radio Surrey tomorrow (Saturday 30th January) talking about the effects of the pandemic on riding schools, trekking centres and livery yards.
The ABRS Chair, Jane Williams has been invited to speak on BBC Radio this Saturday 30th January. Jane will talk about the effects of the pandemic on riding schools, trekking centres and livery yards.
To listen, tune in at:
BBC Radio Sussex – 7.40am
BBC Radio Surrey – 8.50am
If you are unable to listen, Jane also featured on the BBC World TV and BBC One to talk about the financial impact of the pandemic on riding schools, livery yards and trekking centres.
Jane covered many important facts including how difficult the third lockdown is for centres during the most expensive time of the year with insufficient funds being provided by the government. She explains why it is so important that as a nation we don’t lose our centres and questions what would happen to 30,000 horses if riding schools cannot survive.
To watch the interview back, follow this link and forward to 21 minutes 41 seconds.