A CHARITY which found a new home after its old one was shut down by yobs and vandals has celebrated success.
Members of Huddersfield Riding For The Disabled held a presentation night after a summer season of ups and downs.
The charity used to be based at Longley Riding School on Lowerhouses Lane in Longley.
But it was closed down after repeated attacks by unruly youths finally led to an arson attack on a barn.
The Huddersfield group was homeless for several weeks until Susan and John Croft stepped in to help.
The couple own Low Fold Equestrian Centre in Lepton and the riding school moved there in mid summer.
Huddersfield Riding For The Disabled rides during the summer and the presentation night at the White Horse pub in Lepton signalled the end of the season.
The Huddersfield group is one of 600 nationwide and has been going for 30 years.
It gives riding lessons to about 45 disabled people aged from five upwards.