Autumn 2020 South Lammermuir RC news
Like so many organisations 2020 has been pretty much a non event up til now at least, due to Covid-19. However we are delighted to announce that at the AGM in October a new younger committee has been elected and they will move the club forward with the enthusiasm and new ideas it needs. The more senior retiring committee wish you all the very best of luck for an exciting future for SLRC.
There is a jumping event planned at Swinhoe 15th November, please see the club events facebook page for details.
SLRC membership form - click here
Jenny Christie on Bellindene Rhuaridh
Non-members may, by agreement, participate in our events. You must contact the organiser in good time and say you are not a member, you may come to a maximum of two events and then you must join. Two points to note - firstly you will have to pay £5 more than the stated price and you must have your own third party liability insurance cover.
Cheques must be made payable to "South Lammermuir Riding Club", not SLRC, the bank is getting very particular about this. We welcome BACS payments, please use your surname and date of event as a reference and also email the Treasurer to let her know how much you have sent and what it is for, thank you.
New Clothing Range - we have a selection of clothing available to order
WELCOME TO THE
SOUTH LAMMERMUIR RIDING CLUB
South Lammermuir Riding Club
The South Lammermuir Riding Club (SLRC) is based in the Scottish Borders, mainly around the Duns area, although members also reside in East Lothian and Northumberland.
SLRC encourages everyone to enjoy their sport by running competitive and instructional events in all disciplines while encompassing all abilities. No matter what stage the partnership of horse and rider they can participate and “have a go” at competing.
There are also ride outs and BBQ’s for the less competitive members and several social events which are also open to non-members.
Most of all though it is important that members have fun, pleasure and enjoyment from their horses.
The club is run by a small committee of volunteers. Our chairperson is always hugely generous, giving a huge amount of her own time to the club, not to mention the use of the facilities at Marigold. Photo is of Doreen as we all see her - getting Marigold ready for the rest of us to go out and enjoy our horses.
The committee members are in office for three years and new members are elected at the AGM in October. We are always looking for new people to come forward with fresh ideas (and strong arms for lifting jumps!)