9:30 - 16:00 Monday - Friday
When we are running events, the phone will be answered but priority will be given to enquiries about the current event. The phone will continue to ring even when we are engaged on another call. Sometimes, the calls will be picked up by someone in another department who may be able to help you.
Voicemails can be left, but emails are always answered quicker.
Cricklands Main Office Number
01291 418125 (Option 3)
01291 418125 (Option 5). Please note this number is only manned part time. The best method of communication is to email email@example.com.
Night Time Security & Stable Manager
Cotts Farm Equine: 01834 860871
B&W Equine: 01453 811867
Abbey Vets: 01873 840069
Getting Here by Road
Postcode for Sat Navs
From M4 London:
Off at J21 sign posted "M48 Chepstow / Services" - this will take you over the old Severn Bridge. Turn off at J2 (A466) and take roundabout exit to Chepstow (Welcome to Wales). At next roundabout take left turn sign posted "A48 Caerwent" continue for approximately 3 miles to next roundabout then turn left. Approximately 2 miles later take the first right hand turn. The caravan field is the second field on your left. The other entrances can be found several hundred meters further down the same road.
From M4 Swansea:
Off at J24 to meet "Coldra Roundabout". Take the Langstone turnoff and follow signs towards Chepstow for approximately 10 miles. Turn right opposite the 4x4 garage, as the dual carriageway ends. The various entrances are about 1 mile up that road.
It is our goal to be able to provide a platform for riders of all ages and abilities. Using the fantastic facilities that we have here at The Centre, we are confident that the opportunities that we provide to our riders and drivers are second-to-none.
Whilst maintaining a good level of service to all of our existing members, one of our aims is to attract more riders each year to enjoy the facilities that we have on offer. In 2016, we are hoping to run two new festival events for the National Schools Equestrian Association ("NSEA"). One of this will be over a weekend in March, the other over a weekend in September.
Training is also central to our Company's core objectives. The David Broome Training Academy combines David Broome's experience as a former World Champion Show Jumper with the wonderfully encouraging teaching skills of his European Gold Medalist niece, Marie.
Cricklands Equestrian Club is a young and thriving organisation that promises to offer its members not only regular training clinics, often with Matthew Broome, but also to send both Junior and Senior Teams to the various British Riding Clubs competitions across the area. If this is something that appeals to you, why not join today so that you wont be missed off any mailings.
Whatever you do with your horse or pony, we have something that you will enjoy. That is our promise.