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Volunteers Needed For Police Horse Training

Thursday July 12 2012


Volunteers are needed to help train the Barnsley police horses that are going to the Olympics. Volunteers are needed to help train the Barnsley police horses that are going to the Olympics.


VOLUNTEERS are being recruited to help train the Barnsley police horses that will be working the Olympic Games in London.

The horses will be taking part in a noise and crowd control training exercise on July 20 at Ring Farm.

A spokesman said: "Everyone will be requested to help make some noise, wave flags and have the opportunity to meet the horses and officers afterwards.

"All equipment will be provided but any donations of flags, drums and loud items would be greatly appreciated."

Children are welcome but must be supervised. For more information contact Melissa Gill 07770 831527.

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Reply Posted by Jenni on Thursday July 12 2012 at 18:31
That sounds fantastic, will probably be the closest I get to anything olympic this summer and love horses :)

Reply Posted by Rach on Thursday July 12 2012 at 20:28
where is ring farm? sounds like fun, kids would love it

Reply Posted by Tracey Dunkley on Thursday July 12 2012 at 20:31
Could be Ring Farm Cudworth, South Yorkshire S72

Reply Posted by Beverley on Thursday July 12 2012 at 20:35
Its at Ring Farm Cudworth, i've phoned today and they're doing it next week think its Monday Wednesday Friday, from 9.30, briefing first for H&S etc, then the horses get tested on various things. They doing it next week so you can take the kids, for those that break up early.

Reply Posted by amy on Friday July 13 2012 at 17:39
I use t go t police farm for show when i wa a young un defo gonna take my kids t c it