Join us at Tattersalls on Wednesday 9th of December for an evening of festive cheer and carol singing.
This event raises vital funds to support Racing Welfare’s Chaplaincy service which is so vital to people working in horseracing in times of pain, loss, trauma or need.
Tickets for this event will go on sale closer to the date.
About the Chaplaincy Service:
The Chaplaincy Service was first introduced in 2000 to increase support options available to stud, stable and support staff working in the Newmarket area.
In 2014, this was expanded and Pastor Simon Bailey was appointed as a National Chaplain to Horseracing to build a pastoral care team for the support of racing staff throughout the UK.
The British racing industry, along with other sports such as football and rugby, has been innovative in introducing this access to pastoral care. There are over 300 sports chaplains in the UK and Ireland, providing emotional and spiritual care to those involved in professional and amateur sport.