Helping Hippotherapy

The Interact Club of Coquet and Aln (the junior branch of Rotary), based at James Calvert Spence College in Amble, helped the Amble & Warkworth Rotary Club with its annual Christmas collection in Amble and surrounding villages. The students decided to donate their share of the collection '“ £300 '“ to Hippotherapy Northumberland, which is based at Town Foot Farm, Shilbottle, and run by Angela Torsch.

Sunday, 18th June 2017, 6:00 am
Updated Wednesday, 21st June 2017, 2:19 pm
Billy Handyside, Angela Torsch, Callum Wallace (Interact vice-president) and Emma Turner.

Pictured above are Billy Handyside, Angela Torsch, Callum Wallace (Interact vice-president) and Emma Turner.

The Interact Club’s next venture is on July 2, when they will undertake a sponsored walk from Druridge Bay (once around the lake) to Amble.

Meanwhile, Hippotherapy Northumberland has been selected as one of the causes which can be selected by Co-op members to receive funding through the Co-op Local Community Fund.