SW Coast2Coast Challenge

Our Level 3 apprentice, Cora Willingham, is raising money for Sirona by participating in the SW Coast2Coast Ultra Challenge, walking 102km/63miles with a 2090m climb, from Minehead to Dawlish in 36hrs, on the 24th July 2021. If you would like to support Cora in her fundraising efforts please click on the picture of Cora & Chapas below, the link will take you to Cora’s Virgin Just Giving Page – thank you.  Go Cora!

Employers Initiative on Domestic Abuse – March 2021

We have recently joined EIDA, a growing network of large and small businesses and organisations whose  mission is to enable employers to take action on domestic abuse – raising awareness among all employees, supporting those facing domestic abuse, and providing access to services to help perpetrators to stop.

COOP Community Fund – November 2020

COOP members who chose Sirona Therapeutic Horsemanship as their local community cause, via the COOP local community fund, helped raise a whopping £5,281.27 for us to improve the facilities for our participants. Thank you very much to all those who supported us.

Funding Awarded to Sirona – September 2020

Thank you to the Lottery Coronavirus Community Support Fund for awarding Sirona a grant for £30,000 to support us through the next 6 months to keep providing our vital equine-assisted therapy and learning sessions to vulnerable young people who are even more in need of our services at the current time.

Postgraduate Research Project carried out jointly with Hartpury University – August 2020

We recently collaborated with Cherith Wilson, MSc Equine Science Student at Hartpury University, on a new study to determine the impact of its Equine Assisted Therapy and Learning (EAT/L) programmes and to help inform industry practice.  Read more here.

Thank you to Cherith for all of her hard work.


Sirona are now settled on the Dartington Estate.
Our Open Days will be an opportunity for the public to see this wonderful new site.
Details on the events page.