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Two of Mossburn’s most handsome guys have a meeting!

Posted: 17th May 2018 by mossburn

Our photographer Gill got this great shot of Clive and Ollie, two of Mossburn’s most handsome residents having a meeting in the field 🙂

Mossburn Experience Group celebrate the Royal Wedding!

Posted: 17th May 2018 by mossburn

The Mossburn Experience Group celebrated the Royal wedding this week with some activities and afternoon tea! Helper of the week was Connor! They used various techniques and materials to colour in the British flag to decorate the tea room, and had fun with hats and masks. After break they took advantage of the sunshine and went for a long walk to the nearby village. Then it was time for the Afternoon tea with invited friends from Mossburn to join in. The group worked really hard making delicious cakes, scones, cheese and cucumber sandwiches and even had our very own barista making delicious tea and coffee.

Win a castle and help Mossburn too! 🙂

Posted: 4th March 2018 by mossburn

Mossburn is one of the charities chosen to benefit from this competition to win Orchardton Castle in Scotland! All the information about the castle, the charities chosen, and how to enter the competition can be found at this link

We would be hugely grateful to receive funds from this competition which would enable Mossburn to fully equip our indoor arena with a system for air conditioning in summer and heating in winter. The arena plays an integral part in helping young people and adults in need through our equine therapy program, Learning With Horses. Having this system installed would create a more comfortable environment for the animals and people whilst sessions take place, and would mean sessions were able to run in the arena whatever the weather! Learning With Horses helps people of all ages with a wide range of issues, such as emotional and physical problems, addiction and bereavement, as well as providing insightful team building sessions. The horses that take part are all resident here at Mossburn and are fabulous in their role. You can learn more about Learning With Horses through the website – http://www.animal-assisted-therapy.org/home.html