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How can I help/volunteer with The Pony Club?
Posted by Marty Bibby on 15 May 2014 08:05 AM

Volunteers are the backbone of The Pony Club. The Pony Club could not operate and provide young riders with fantastic opportunities without the dedication of around 20,000 hardworking volunteers.

Pony Club Branches are run by volunteers, who make up the Branch Committee and help to run the events, administrate Branch activity and communicate with the Members. Volunteers are often sought to help with tasks such as putting out show jumping courses and stewarding at shows. Branches are always on the look out for new Committee Members, so if you feel you can help please get in touch with your local Branch. You can find your nearest Branch by using the Branch search facility. (Found on the "Branches & Centres" tab on The Pony Club website or by clicking below)

Although Pony Club Centres are commercially run ventures in their own right, they may still be looking for people to help put up show jumps, accompany trips out etc. You can find your nearest Centre by using the Centre search facility (Found on the "Branches & Centres" tab on The Pony Club website or by clicking ) and contacting the Riding School Proprietor for volunteering details. You can also visit the volunteering pages on The Pony Club website (see below) for more information.

Related Links:

The Pony Club Branch Search

The Pony Club Centre Search

Volunteering with The Pony Club

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