Tel: 0121 430 7974 Email: email@example.com Truemans Heath Riding School [ABRS Approved], Shirley, Solihull, West Midlands, B90 1PQ [Updated 14/08/2016]
Feel free to use the information below to get in touch with us with any questions you may have. Lesson bookings are best done over the phone, but for all other enquiries, do email us or send us a direct message over Facebook/Twitter - we aim to answer all enquiries within 5 days. You can also pop in for a chat and a look around - just let us know beforehand so we can arrange the best time for you to come up.
Truemans Heath Riding School
Truemans Heath Lane
Tel: 0121 430 7974
Nearest Train Station
* Whitlocks End (15 min walk)
* Shirley (30 min walk).
Nearest Bus Stop
* X50/50A - Near the Packhorse Pub
on the Alcester Road (B47 5HA - 20 min walk).
Use our contact form (right) to get in touch with any
queries you may have. Don't forget to also 'like' us on
Facebook, 'follow' us on twitter and sign yourselves
up to our mailing list (see below) to keep yourselves
in the loop with all things THRS!
Use the contact form above to let us know you'd like to be added to our mailing list - aside from receiving our monthly newsletters and lesson/activity leaflets (readable on most smartphones), you will also be the first to know of any lesson cancellations should the weather force us to do so. Although we brave most weather conditions, and always aim to offer something whatever the weather throws at us (eg: stable management sessions at a reduced rate), there are times, such as in heavy ice and snow, when we close the Riding School to customers so you don't have to venture out on the roads! Our mailing list then becomes our first port of call to keep you updated with when lessons will be back on again - so it really can't do any harm to sign up!
But have no fear, it's only in serious adverse weather, like the snow and ice in the video above, that lessons stop - we have too much fun teaching to let a little bit of rain or wind bother us normally!
For any enquiries about work experience, please send us an email with a covering letter and CV attached. It's not necessary for you to have had any previous experience with horses, but as a guide (and in no particular order), your covering letter should explain the following: