Hadley and Ottaway are delighted to announce they will be sponsoring Heather Plasted and her horse Sam Valley.
They had their first outing of the year on Good Friday at Kings Forest near Bury St Edmunds. The event was a 40 Klm Endurance Race and was Sam Valley's first outing as being registered for the ‘open classes’.
Last year Sam was a Novice. The ‘Class’ is determined by the condition of the horse, speed taken (they have to be ridden at between 10 and 18km per hour) and heartbeat rate of the horse at the beginning and end of the ride. Prior to setting off the rider has to present their horse to the Vets enclosure for them to grade; 1 to 4 with 1 being the highest and then again at the end.
Heather & Sam completed the Endurance in 3 hours earning them a Grade 2 which is an excellent result on their first outing’.
Congratulations to them both.
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We received the following update from the 'British Association of Removers', on 13 January 2021. We believe it will be of interest to our customers.
Following the PM’s announcement Removal Companies are being allowed to continue carrying out house moves providing that they have the required safety measures in place.
We are delighted to announce we have two new vans out and about on the roads of East Anglia.
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Following the PM’s announcement on 4th January 2021, removal companies are being allowed to continue carrying out house moves providing that they have the required safety measures in place.
At Hadley & Ottaway we have had these in place since the first lockdown but would welcome existing and new customers to contact us so we can reassure them that we have and are going to great lengths to ensure the safety of them and our staff