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Children continue to ride thanks to JLR apprentices

Posted 23 February 2016 in News

Keeley with equestrian event rider Harry Meade and the apprentices


Remap CEO Adam Rowe (left) with Katie and JLR apprentice Robert Wardle

Apprentices from leading manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover have supported Remap by designing a set of steps for a disabled young horse rider. As part of Jaguar Land Rover’s employee volunteering programme, the apprentices worked with Remap Southampton to design and build the steps to enable Keeley, Katie and other disabled young people to access horse riding as a sport. Equestrian event rider Harry Meade helped hand over the new steps at the Ford Farm stables in conjunction with the Riding for the Disabled Association.

Read the press release:Remap Jaguar Land Rover apprentices

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