VOLUNTEERS are needed to help disabled people who love horse-riding.
Huddersfield Riding For The Disabled operates in the spring and summer months and needs helpers to lead the horses or walk by their side.
The group is based at Low Fold Equestrian Centre, off Pond Lane in Lepton.
An introduction evening will be held at the centre on Monday April 3 at 6.30pm when people who want to help will be able to find out all about the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA).
They will meet the group's committee members, other volunteers, some riders, parents, instructors and the horses and ponies.
They will find out from the riders about the enjoyment they get from horse-riding.
One of the organisers, Elaine Smith, said: "Our volunteers are our lifeblood. We cannot function without them and thank each and every one for giving up some of their own valuable time to join our team.
"The Huddersfield RDA group caters for approximately 50 riders from all over Huddersfield and also all ages and abilities.
"We have a large waiting list for places. Huddersfield RDA is one of the longest established groups in the country and is a registered charity in its own right."
Low Fold Equestrian Centre, owned by Sue Pearson, has an indoor riding school and a huge outdoor arena.
For information ring Elaine Smith on 07974 316123.