Monday July 4, 2022
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News and Sucesses

We are very proud of all the Tedworth Pony Club members and we would love to keep you all up to date with their successes. If you take part in any event – Pony Club or otherwise – with your ponies, please let us know. Please follow us on Facebook to keep up with the latest Tedworth PC news!

Please send your photos and reports to Laura Moore 


Hannah Hall has been awarded “The Eloise and Katie Memorial Trust” Bursary. 

One of our older members, Hannah H has been given an amazing bursary, giving her the opportunity to access top level eventing training with a prestigious trainer. She sent us a brilliant report and pictures: 

The Bursary is awarded to the winner of each section & the winning Team at the PC110 Eventing Championships, and all winners receive a day of training with Gill Watson, FBHS.  Sadly the 2019 Pony Club Eventing Championships had to be abandoned because of wet weather.  I was due to compete at the championships as we had placed 2nd in the ONu18 section as part of our Area 14 competition at Nunney, so was very disappointed not to go.  As a consolation, Ruby and I have been given the Kate and Eloise Bursary along with a few others.  The training was due to be in April 2020 but had to be postponed due to the Covid-19 outbreak.  The training has been rescheduled for 25th August at Attington and will involve a day of flatwork and show jumping along with the other Bursary winners. I am very much looking forward to the day and a huge thank you to all those involved in organising it!

    

 

 

 

 

 

About The Eloise & Katie Memorial Trust Bursary:

This bursary is donated by the Eloise & Katie Memorial Trust. The Trust was set up in memory of Eloise and Katie Plunkett who both died of cancer; Katie from Leukaemia in 1996 at the age of 16 and Eloise from skin cancer in 2002 at the age of 27. The Trust’s aims are to make grants to causes important to the Plunkett family and to Eloise and Katie. The three areas of work are: Cancer charities, Parkinson’s Disease charities, and Youth enabling charities. For further information on the Trust visit www.eloiseandkatie.com