Frozen favourites spotted in town centre

By Adele Forrest | 08/01/2018

Frozen favourites spotted in town centre
riends and family from the Amanda Butler stables got together on Saturday when they did a charity horse ride around Brinsworth to raise money for the High Hopes Riding for the Duisabled stables at Thorpe Hesley. 172185

FROZEN characters Elsa and Olaf were seen trotting through the streets with Santa and elves in tow.

The stunt was part of a charity fancy dress horse ride through Brinsworth which was the brainchild of young horse rider, Demi Wilson (9).

The Brinsworth Manor Junior School pupil got together with her horse-loving friends, who attend the same stables, to raise money for High Hopes Riding for the Disabled Group in Thorpe Hesley.

Proud mum Debbie Wilson (42) said: “Demi was dressed as Elsa and her pony, Popcorn, was dressed as Olaf.

“People in cars were putting money into the collection box as they drove past and we also had music playing.”

The event last month helped to raise more than £500 for the charity.


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