Thu 06 Sep 2018
ehB Residential MD Edward Bromwich and his twin brother Tom (can you spot which is which?) met ITN newsreader Alastair Stewart OBE at a fundraising lunch at Warwick’s Lord Leycester Hospital this week.
The event was held to help raise £1.6 million towards a new centre for the Riding for the Disabled Association at Lowlands Farm in Shrewley.
Alastair was guest speaker at the event, whose aim was to raise some of the remaining £300,000 required to build the facility which is due for completion in April 2019.
ehB Residential donated a four figure sum towards the project last year and is planning on making a further donation this year – and Edward was hoping to encourage his brother, partner at commercial property consultants Bromwich Hardy, to match his company’s donation in 2018.
The RDA helps around 25,000 disabled adults and children a year and the purpose-built centre will include indoor and outdoor riding arenas, a viewing gallery with seating for 120 people, stabling and paddocks for 20 horses, plus a new building for training rooms and offices.
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