News

  • A student’s perspective

    HorseHeard recently ran a workshop with a group of girls from Godolphin & Latymer  School – hosted for HorseHeard by Graham Dawson and Kate Mably. The session was very well received by the pupils and attending staff, and we are hopeful that this will be the beginning of positive relationship for all. We would to share […]

  • Collecting a diamond

    HorseHeard’s patron, Lady Tracey Adebowale-Jones today visited fine British Jewellery brand Boodles at their store in Knightsbridge to collect the diamond prize from our recent online raffle (pictured below with the staff of the store). The diamond was won by a resident of Shropshire who unfortunately was not able to travel to London to accept the diamond.  It will […]

  • Acclaim for our first Cornish engagement

      HorseHeard has just finished it’s first complete programme in Cornwall, working with young people from Brannel School at Rasparveth Riding School. It has been a wonderfully successful programme for all parties – with great feedback throughout – and we are looking forward to the opportunity of continuing this relationship. We are also very pleased […]

  • Big Lottery HeadStart in Cumbria – Rising Every Time

    HorseHeard are incredibly pleased to announce their selection to be a partner organisation in the new Head Start initiative in Cumbria. Head Start is a pilot programme running around the UK in 2015 to investigate new and innovative approaches to delivering meaningful and sustained resilience to young people. We will be delivering a series of programmes through 2015 […]

  • National Equine Welfare Council

    Horseheard (and its partner company LeadChange) is pleased announce that it is now an member associate member of the National Equine Welfare Council. At the heart of the council’s remit is to “seek to develop its relationship with Government in England and Scotland to emulate the achievements in Wales where possible and appropriate. The Equine […]

  • HorseHeard Newsletter – Winter 2014/2015

    We are pleased to announce the first edition of our newsletter “What the Horses Heard”. We will producing this on a semi-annual basis, providing updates on programmes and activities around the UK. We hope that you enjoy the read and thank you for your support and friendship to date. Click here to view the newsletter

  • Now that’s what I call beneficial!

    Since early 2013 HorseHeard have been working with Adviza and Wikima in the Thames Valley as part of the innovative Energise programme, working with young people deemed at risk of becoming NEET. Initial findings have now been published in the trade press (Children and Young People Now magazine). The early findings are extremely positive – […]

  • House of Lords launch and the kind words of others ….

    The kind and unprompted words of other people can so often say so much more about us than we could ever compose ourselves. At our formal launch event at the House of Lords on Monday 2oth October, HorseHeard was very privileged to have not one, but two, such advocates. Allie Crewe from Xavarian College in Manchester, and Doctorial […]

  • HorseHeard launches at the House of Lords

    Our management team is extremely proud to be hosting the formal launch of HorseHeard tomorrow evening at the House of Lords. It is an opportunity for us to say thank to those who have intuitively trusted the process and brought in the opportunities which have breathed life into this incredible venture. Also to those who […]

  • Taster at Wickstead Farm

    Link to recent press coverage of taster session at Wickstead Farm near Swindon, LeadChange/HorseHeard facilitators Graham Dawson and Debbie Reilly pictured.  They were joined on the day by Andrew McFarlane and Natasha McCarty. Click here. Visit our events page to find out about future tasters around the UK.

  • HorseHeard launch at the House of Lords

    HorseHeard are very proud to announce the formal launch of the Social Enterprise at the House of Lords at the kind invitation of the Lord Adebowale.  This will be held on the evening of Monday, October 20th 2014. We will be joined by some of our key partners in this work who have helped us […]