Farnham based Rudridge has come to the rescue of Mayfair Farm Riding Stables after materials for their new paddock were stolen in a burglary last week.
Located in Churt, Mayfair Farm Riding Stables is a family run business that gives people the opportunity to enjoy a country lifestyle whilst developing special relationships with animals.
Rudridge donated five rolls of Wrekin multitrack geotextile membrane to the stables, replacing the items stolen in the break in. The materials will be used to form the integral base of the riding arena.
Riding School Manager, Bex Peters, said: “Everyone at the stables was incredibly upset following the burglary. Not only was it a huge financial set back but significantly affected our timescales for the work we are undertaking on the riding arena. We are so grateful to Rudridge for their incredible generosity. It means we can now continue with installing our new paddock and creating a great facility for many more people to enjoy.”
Paul Duke, Branch Manager at Rudridge Farnham, said: “As a community focused company we were very saddened to hear about the burglary at Mayfair Farm Riding Stables. We are delighted to be able to help them continue expanding their facilities and look forward to seeing the paddock when it has been completed.”