UPDATE on Danni – FALL at WL SJumping Southview

UPDATE:

Hi, please can you update people to let them know Danni is making good progress and has been taken off ventilator. She’s aware of all messages of support and help and she’s really grateful. Thankyou! Gail Thomas x
 

Danni Thomas from CHN Branch had a nasty fall yesterday and was taken to Alderhay by Air Ambulance.  I know that everyone was very worried  but the latest news is that she is on a ventilator, is stable but sedated. She has severely bruised her lungs but her ribs are intact.  She has no other obvious injuries.

I am told that the situation was handled brilliantly by the organisers.

We wish her a speedy recovery.

M.E.G.

Meg Green … Area 5 Representative

PONY CLUB VACCINATION RULE 2020

Events that are held at some venues may be subject to additional rules. eg any horse/pony entering a licensed racecourse property must comply with the vaccination requirements as set by the british horseracing authority. 

Similar restrictions apply in the cases of polo venues. 

In addition, if you are intending to compete under FEI, British Eventing, British Show Jumping or British Dressage rules you will need to ensure you are compliant with their rules.

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DC RETIRING

On Saturday Nov 2nd at their Halloween Show Jumping, Lynn Page attended her last Dwyfor activity as DC.    She was presented with a photograph album full of photographs that have been taken over the years.

Lynn has been an active volunteer for the Pony Club for 39 years, most of the latter half being DC of Dwyfor Branch loosely based in the Lleyn Peninsular. She has been awarded the Cubitt and 30 year Bar for her services.  Lynn has kept this small Branch active through thick and thin, in an area where members are few and scattered widely.  There are no XC courses, only one indoor school and members have to travel quite large distances to attend rallies as a flat available field is difficult to find !  More remarkable is that Lynn does not drive, but she has managed to be at activities somehow – even with a broken leg 2 years ago.   Her successor is Francess Taylor, a young lady who has come through Pony Club herself.   Frankie has had a good tutor as she has been working alongside Lynn over the last year.  We wish her every success in her new role.

On behalf of the Pony Club and Dwyfor Branch – Thank You Lynn for all your hard work and devoting the last 39 years to your members.  Happy Retirement.

M.E.G.