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Horse Rangers Association 60th Anniversary Royal Gala Dinner in the presence of HRH Princess Michael of Kent

Horse Rangers Association

Monday, 22 September 2014 from 19:00 to 23:00 (BST)

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The Horse Rangers Association invites you to celebrate their 60th Anniversary in the spectacular Great Hall of Hampton Court Palace. Come and enjoy an evening of fabulous food and drink in this unique location in the presence of our patron Her Royal Highness Princess Michael of Kent. 

You will arrive at the awesome gate of Hampton Court Palace and walk through the courtyards to the Queen’s Stairs; ascend there through the Communications Gallery and on to the Cartoon Gallery.  Mingle with friends and enjoy a glass or two of champagne before being summoned to dinner.

You will be led through the Haunted Gallery and the Great Watching Chamber into the beautiful setting of the Great Hall. In this incredible setting with its soaring galleries and priceless tapestries you will enjoy a three course dinner.  

Tickets are on sale to those 18 years old and over and there will be free on site parking. Dress code is Black Tie. There are also excellent transport links. Hampton Court Station is a five minute walk away with regular services to London Waterloo.  For more information please contact events@horserangers.com

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The Great Hall
Hampton Court Palace
East Molesey
KT8 9AU Surrey
United Kingdom

Monday, 22 September 2014 from 19:00 to 23:00 (BST)


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Horse Rangers Association

The Horse Rangers  Association (HRA) exists to promote the personal development of children and young people by teaching them to ride, and care for horses, especially those who would not otherwise have had the opportunity. Children learn responsibility, resilience and teamwork skills, as well as practising hard work and commitment. 

Where possible those with special needs are integrated into the mainstream activities, but for those who need extra support, we run dedicated sessions as a member group of the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA). All of the activities are delivered and supported by around 250 dedicated volunteers.

We believe that finance or ability should be no barrier to children accessing this very special activity, and that riding and being around horses provides totally unique opportunities for learning, growth and development, particularly for vulnerable children.

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