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Happy Days ahead for Milton Keynes’ Ride High

Ride High's children and volunteers with producer of Happy Days the musical, Amy Anzel.

Ride High's children and volunteers with producer of Happy Days the musical, Amy Anzel.

 

It’s Happy Days for Milton Keynes charity Ride High this week as the cast of Happy Days the musical are collecting funds at MK Theatre after every show.

And yesterday before the curtains opened, children and volunteers from Ride High met the show’s producer, Amy Anzel, ahead of the evening’s entertainment.

Ride High aims to help disadvantaged children and those having difficulties in their daily lives, by giving them the opportunity to learn to ride and look after horses and ponies.

Cast from Happy Days the musical, which is playing at Milton Keynes Theatre until Saturday, collected the crowds change to do their bit to help.

Rachel Medill CEO and Founder of Ride High said: “At the moment over 100 Milton Keynes children come to Ride High every week. “The funds collected at the theatre mean that we will be able to provide at least four more children with an activity day with the horses or a trip with children their own age.

“For some it will be the first time they leave Milton Keynes. We’re so grateful to the theatre, ‘Happy Days’ and of course the audience who so generously donated.”

 

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