A founder member of the Riding for the Disabled Assocaiton (RDA), The Diamond Centre was the first purpose built centre for disabled riders in the Uk and was formally opened in 1974 by HRH the Princess Royal – who maintains an interest in the Centre and has visited on other occassions.

We are one of the largest RDA centre in the UK occupying a site of 6.9 acres with 30 acres of grazing land, two indoor riding arenas, an outdoor arena, stables and outbuildings. our main building houses an office, reception area, servery, lecture room and staff accommodation. We have 30 horses and ponies to suit riders of all shapes, sizes and abilities.

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