Riverside is a 19 acre site, made up of woodland, stables, grazing and our outdoor arena. It was purchased by the Charity in 2009 and functions as the primary site for equine assisted therapy, outdoor therapies and activities. For more information and to find the site click here.
The Bustard was purchased by the charity to use as its headquarters and residential center in 2009, since when it has grown into a valuable community resource. The Bustard facilities are available to hire and include a Bar and Function room with a licence and capacity for 140 people, beautifully maintained gardens and 6 twin rooms with en-suites. To enquire about using facilities at The Bustard email us here. For more information and to find the site click here.
Tucked into two sheltered and beautiful valleys outside Carmarthen, South Wales, Gul's welsh centres are a real treasure.
The site offers all of the non-equine activities that Gul's Wiltshire base does with the added attraction of an outdoor activity centre.
The site offers camping, horticulture, crafts and other outdoor therapies. Led by Hannah Gale who with her husband and young family oversee the many acres of camping, outbuildings and woodland.. For more information and to find the site click here.
Named after its first pony, Littlemoor was founded in 2009 by its leader Sam, the site offers horse based activities and volunteering for young people. In partnership with Gul Wales: Penlan the welsh team work alongside the local council and schools to deliver opportunities for the local community. Read more here.
As Gul has several sites, if you are visiting Gul and unsure where to go please read the instructions below.
For Equine assisted and outdoor educational placements in England you need our Riverside site, see below for details.
For Gul Wales, click here.
God Unlimited Outdoor Therapy,
Phone: 01980 621712