Pork profits boosts riders

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A charity for disabled horseriders was given a funds boost following donations from a dish on the menu at a pub near Hemel Hempstead.

The slow-cooked pork belly – available at the Oakmann Inns’ Red Lion pub in Water End – is £14.95, 25p of which goes towards Gaddesden Riding for the Disabled.

Over the past six months, the restaurant sold 1,460 pork dishes, meaning the company presented delighted charity volunteers with a cheque for £365.