Money raised will support the charitable work of the Royal Parks Foundation in partnership with Operation Centaur
Have you always dreamt of joining Santa and his reindeers in his sleigh? This Christmas make your dreams come true and step into your very own horse drawn ‘sleigh’ for a magical ride in Richmond Park - there is no better way to welcome in the festive season!
This 90 minute experience begins at Holly Lodge, Richmond Park, where you'll be met with warm refreshments. You will take your place in the four-person Landau carriage under warm blankets, embarking on a 60 minute ride through the park in all its stark winter beauty! You'll also be treated to a unique behind-the-scenes visit of the working stables.
Book online now to avoid disappointment:
There are two rides per day: 12.00pm and 13.00pm
Tickets cost £125, admitting 2 people on the tour - Purchase 2 x £125 tickets for exclusive use of the carriage
Friday 4, Saturday 5, Sunday 6 December
Friday 11, Saturday 12, Sunday 13 December
Friday 18, Saturday 19, Sunday 20 December
Monday 21, Tuesday 22, Wednesday 23 December
Sunday 27, Monday 28, Tuesday 29, Wednesday 30 December
Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 January
The Royal Parks Foundation is the charity that helps support the magic of London's eight amazing Royal Parks. Established in 2003, the charity reaches out to make the Parks part of more people’s lives and raises funds for a wide variety of heritage, education, wellbeing and nature conservation programmes. The registered charity number is 1097545, for more information, please visit www.SupportTheRoyalParks.org or visit The Royal Parks at www.royalparks.org.uk
Operation Centaur promotes horses as contemporary working animals in partnership with humans through our heritage, conservation, community, equine assisted learning and therapy projects. Our seasonal carriage rides give people a chance to meet our magnificent Shires, and are an important fund-raising opportunity for our projects including:
• Conservation projects: hay-making, wildflower meadow, grassland management and woodland management in Royal Parks and Home Park;
• Cultural heritage work: carriage rides in Richmond Park, tram rides at Hampton Court Palace, and open days in partnership with the Shire Horse Society;
• Well-being interventions: equine assisted therapy with young people diagnosed on the autistic spectrum and innovative projects with rehabilitation;
• Community engagement programmes: cooperative group work, natural leadership development, and anti-bullying interventions.
For more information visit: www.operationcentaur.com
November 10, 2015