Hinchinbrook Farm was started May 2007 and within three years the not-for-profit Society was founded by parents and volunteers. Canada Revenue Charities Directorate awarded the Farm Registered Charitable Status in January 2012. Our President is Carolyn Collicutt.
From left to right above:
Kim Carlow-Berkeley (Treasurer) began as lesson volunteer at Hinchinbrook. She is a palliative care nurse; and it is great she is living in Blockhouse.
Mary Bhagan is a mom and pharmacist/owner at Kinley Drug Co. Ltd in Lunenburg. Her daughter Elizabeth has been learning to ride for over a year.
Pam Wentzell-McDormand (Vice President) is a Waldorf and homeschooling mom. Her daughter Roze has been riding at the farm since 2012 and is now old enough to volunteer.
Nikki Ali is teacher, and is currently studying to become a psychologist. She is an avid equestrian and is Horse Boy Methods™ trained. She was on the board in 2012 and returned in 2016.
Amy Sparks (Secretary) hails from Australia. Dr. Amy is also the farm vet with South Shore Veterinary Clinic. She also gives clinics on horse health.
Carolyn Collicutt (President) is a mom who has served on the board since 2011. She has created a resource list for special needs families and arranges special visits at play dates.
Peter de Vries is a retiree who drives from Liverpool several times a week to volunteer at lessons and help with chores and minor repairs.
Absent from Photo: Roze McDormand. Roze began coming to Hinchinbrook Farm in 2012 and has since become a proficient rider and horse whisperer. In 2016, she made a documentary film about Delilah. As the only teenager on the Board, Roze is the Volunteer Representative.
updated: April 6, 2017