Severnvale Equestrian Centre, Tidenham, Chepstow
Monmouthshire NP16 7LL
The centre is open: 9 am to 8 pm Tuesday
to Friday and 9 am to 5 pm Saturday &
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Please be aware that Severnvale
do all that is reasonably
practicable to make sure that there is a
healthy and safe
must remain aware at all times of the potential
risk from live animals, which sometime behave
unpredictably. They must also remain alert to the
risk from vehicles and plant, such as cars, lorries
and tractors, which move in and around the
The risk of an accident involving another
vehicle, a person or an animal, in the vehicle
parking area is high;
because of the greater
level of activity and also because visibility for
drivers and pedestrians may be obstructed.
When driving, do not allow yourself to be
distracted, and drive slowly and carefully on
the approach tracks and in the parking area;
while keeping a watch for pedestrians and
animals. Always be prepared to stop quickly!
Please pay particular attention in the darkness of
the early mornings and evenings, when visibility
Straw, hay, animal bedding and the timber
buildings present a significant fire hazard.
Therefore all persons at the Centre must do all
that they can to prevent a fire from starting and
know the evacuation procedures that must be
that may be given to them by the
Centre’s Instructors, and all those who are
connected with it. It is particular important that
young people (less than 12 years of age) are
supervised by an adult, as they are less likely to
be aware of the risks around them.
voluntarily accept the risks of injury or
that is implicit in riding a horse. Where
the rider is less than 18 years of age, his or her
parents, or other adult accompanying them, must
accept this condition on their behalf.
When mounted at the Centre a riding hat that
complies with the PAS 015 standard must be
worn with the chin strap securely fastened,
and be fitted correctly.
must be suitable riding boots with a heel, with the
spurs the correct way up.
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