The Urban Equestrian Academy is a groundbreaking new social enterprise which provides communities socially excluded from the Equestrian industry a direct pathway into this fascinating world.
Our social enterprise aims to open doors that have not been visibly present before in the Equestrian world. Our ethos is focused on widening the participation of those with the least experience in the Equestrian world and also individuals who have the least access to it.
One of the main barriers to accessing equestrianism for these particular groups is cost, transport and accessibility. In crowdfunding for a community minibus, we aim to overcome these particular accessibility barriers and continue to widen the participation in Leicester and Leicestershire by allowing us to provide and expand on our key services and find innovative and new ways to keep our community active and inspired.
I had a story to tell and by telling it, led me on an inspirational journey. Everybody has a story to tell and my aim is to help you discover yours. My workshops are aimed at people (young and old) who have always dreamt of writing their own novel. I am running several workshops aimed at focusing on various aspects of novel writing. Beginner and intermediate levels focus heavily on key fundamentals. Some aspects of the course run for several weeks. The aim is for you to make a natural progression, embrace your innovation and inspire not just yourself – but others.
African / Black people have consistently contributed to civilizations. The BlackPoppyRose is a symbol that has been created to remember ALL African / Black people who have contributed in a number of ways towards various war efforts across the globe, since the 16th century.
Support and remember their contribution by proudly wearing your Black Poppy Rose today. You can purchase either a metal pin or fabric Black Poppy Rose from the official website http://www.blackpoppyrose.org
Unfortunately, I am not able to process any orders for Black Poppy Roses through this website. I apologise for any inconvenience if you have previously tried to place orders through this website.
It was a true privilege to attend the Antoin Akpom Awards. It was a real honour that both myself and Azeezah both received awards for our books. A special mention also goes out to EDUK8global who received an award for community contributions.
The official book launch is on October 17th from 3.00pm – 4.30pm at the African Caribbean Centre, Maidstone Road, Leicester, LE2 0UA. Along with my ‘From The Hood 2 Horses‘ book my talented 8 year old daughter Azeezah will be launching her new book called ‘ Guess What?‘.