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  • Fortune College

    Fortune College is a specialist college that prepares young people with learning disabilities to live as independently as possible. The college also provides weekly riding therapy sessions for...

    • Date: Various

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  • New Horizons Equine Assisted Learning Centre

    We deliver equine assisted learning sessions from premises that we rent from Girlguiding Association at Foxlease, Clayhill, Lyndhurst. We work with children from around the age of five...

    • Date: Various

    • Location: Lyndhurst

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  • Ringwood & Bransgore Dementia Action Group

    We are a volunteer group committed to developing Ringwood, Bransgore and the surrounding area as dementia aware communities. We are keen to improve services through awareness and understanding...

    • Date: Various

    • Location: Ringwood & Bransgore

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  • Guide Dogs

    Guide Dogs provides life-changing services for the independence for people living with sight loss and their friends and family. We rely on our brilliant volunteers who give their...

    • Date: Various

    • Location: Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire & Isle of Wight

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  • Naomi House & Jacksplace

    Naomi House & Jacksplace have 23 charity shops across central southern England, all helping to raise the vital funds needed to support and care for local life limited...

    • Date: Various

    • Location: Hampshire and Dorset

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  • Highcliffe Castle

    Built in 1835, Highcliffe Castle has welcomed many visitors in its day. It continues to be a place to create memories for everyone, from couples getting married to...

    • Date: Various

    • Location: Highcliffe

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