The contents of this website are copyright to Severnvale Equestrian Centre - July 2021 Forest of Dean Registered Riding Establishment Licence No F/19/00272/ANIMAL     Forest of Dean DISTRICT COUNCIL  Contact: Severnvale Equestrian Centre, Tidenham Chepstow, Monmouthshire NP16 7LL 01291 623412 e-mail: svec@clara.co.uk http://severnvale-equestrian.com Privacy Notice
Thanks to the support and generosity you all gave throughout this challenging time, we are open. As the business owners, we thank Debbie, our outstanding manager, and all of our loyal staff members; we are incredibly grateful to every one of you. We welcomed our clients back to Severnvale in March to enjoy the Centre's facilities, some of which we upgraded, including the yard office and the café that we remodelled and renamed "Marmite's Café". As we have said in the past, when it is possible to do so, we will hold a suitable event to celebrate the Centre's full revival and to thank everybody who has contributed to our survival. It's good to be back to the family-oriented, friendly, and fun place that you all know and loved. Lizzel & Eric Go back to Homepage

COVID situation

Since March, England's restrictions have gradually been lifted thanks to everyone following the government's four-step roadmap, and we are now back to a more normal level of everyday life. However, COVID-19 will be a feature of our lives for the foreseeable future, so we need to learn to live with it and treat the risks that the disease carries with respect while observing the wish of other people to stay safe. They may do this by continuing with social distancing, wearing face-covering or good hygiene practices. Although many people are vaccinated, it is still possible to catch and spread COVID-19, even if you are fully vaccinated. As the Centre sits close to the Welsh border in England, it follows the guidelines set out for England. Still, it is delighted to welcome riders from Wales who live within commuting distance of Severnvale, but these will be subject to the English government guidelines while at the Centre.

What we are doing

Following our reopening, Severnvale is operating normally and providing riding lessons and other equestrian activities while observing sensible precautions designed to maintain the necessary level of safety for its clients and visitors. The 'Bookings & Events' page has details of these activities, where you can select the event you want to book by 'clicking' on it. There are now no limits to the number of people who can gather together indoors or outside; however, we ask clients to use their judgement and consider the risks, especially in crowded settings where you are likely to be close to others. While no situation is risk-free, we can take action to protect ourselves and others around us. Following the guidance below will help you stay safe and protect others by controlling the spread. Every effort to help reduce the spread will reduce any further resurgence of the virus in the coming months. Consequently, to ensure that you and our staff are as safe as practicable, we must ask clients and visitors to follow these steps:

Please:

don't enter the Centre if you, or a family member, develop symptoms of the coronavirus have been instructed to isolate or are self-isolating arrive no more than 15 minutes before the start of your session park your vehicle leaving adequate space between it and the next vehicle respect the wishes of other people who take steps to protect themselves wash your hands on arrival and after riding wear gloves at all times when mounting, riding, and dismounting follow instructions given by your Instructor

Also:

If you notice anything at the Centre that you think deserves our attention, please do share your concerns with us so that we can respond quickly

Accidents, security and other incidents

Should an accident, security and other incident happen, then the priority is everyone's safety during the event. Throughout the provision of first aid, a fire or break-in, people do not have to stay a reasonable distance apart if unsafe. However, people involved in assisting others must pay particular attention to sanitation measures immediately afterwards, including washing hands and the safe disposal of any PPE or other used items.
Severnvale is operating normally and providing riding lessons and other equestrian activities while observing sensible precautions
The contents of this website are copyright to Severnvale Equestrian Centre - July 2021    Forest of Dean DISTRICT COUNCIL Forest of Dean Registered Riding Establishment Licence No F/19/00272/ANIMAL       01291 623412 e-mail: svec@clara.co.uk Privacy Notice

Contact:

Severnvale Equestrian Centre, Tidenham, Chepstow Monmouthshire NP16 7LL
Thanks to the support and generosity you all gave throughout this challenging time, we are open. As the business owners, we thank Debbie, our outstanding manager, and all of our loyal staff members; we are incredibly grateful to every one of you. We welcomed our clients back to Severnvale in March to enjoy the Centre's facilities, some of which we upgraded, including the yard office and the café that we remodelled and renamed "Marmite's Café". As we have said in the past, when it is possible to do so, we will hold a suitable event to celebrate the Centre's full revival and to thank everybody who has contributed to our survival. It's good to be back to the family-oriented, friendly, and fun place that you all know and loved. Lizzel & Eric Go back to Homepage

COVID situation

Since March, England's restrictions have gradually been lifted thanks to everyone following the government's four-step roadmap, and we are now back to a more normal level of everyday life. However, COVID-19 will be a feature of our lives for the foreseeable future, so we need to learn to live with it and treat the risks that the disease carries with respect while observing the wish of other people to stay safe. They may do this by continuing with social distancing, wearing face-covering or good hygiene practices. Although many people are vaccinated, it is still possible to catch and spread COVID-19, even if you are fully vaccinated. As the Centre sits close to the Welsh border in England, it follows the guidelines set out for England. Still, it is delighted to welcome riders from Wales who live within commuting distance of Severnvale, but these will be subject to the English government guidelines while at the Centre.

What we are doing

Following our reopening, Severnvale is operating normally and providing riding lessons and other equestrian activities while observing sensible precautions designed to maintain the necessary level of safety for its clients and visitors. The 'Bookings & Events' page has details of these activities, where you can select the event you want to book by 'clicking' on it. There are now no limits to the number of people who can gather together indoors or outside; however, we ask clients to use their judgement and consider the risks, especially in crowded settings where you are likely to be close to others. While no situation is risk-free, we can take action to protect ourselves and others around us. Following the guidance below will help you stay safe and protect others by controlling the spread. Every effort to help reduce the spread will reduce any further resurgence of the virus in the coming months. Consequently, to ensure that you and our staff are as safe as practicable, we must ask clients and visitors to follow these steps:

Please:

don't enter the Centre if you, or a family member, develop symptoms of the coronavirus have been instructed to isolate or are self-isolating arrive no more than 15 minutes before the start of your session park your vehicle leaving adequate space between it and the next vehicle respect the wishes of other people who take steps to protect themselves wash your hands on arrival and after riding wear gloves at all times when mounting, riding, and dismounting follow instructions given by your Instructor

Also:

If you notice anything at the Centre that you think deserves our attention, please do share your concerns with us so that we can respond quickly

Accidents, security and other incidents

Should an accident, security and other incident happen, then the priority is everyone's safety during the event. Throughout the provision of first aid, a fire or break-in, people do not have to stay a reasonable distance apart if unsafe. However, people involved in assisting others must pay particular attention to sanitation measures immediately afterwards, including washing hands and the safe disposal of any PPE or other used items.
Severnvale is operating normally and providing riding lessons and other equestrian activities while observing sensible precautions
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SEVERNVALE Equestrian Centre
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SEVERNVALE Equestrian Centre

Make friends and learn new skills

COVID-19 provisions