Georgia Chambers, 23, relocated from her family home in Portsmouth this September to live independently in St Mary’s Garden Village in Ross-On-Wye to be closer to her horses, who are stabled in Gloucestershire.
The move means the Paralympian is now only around 20 minutes from her horses, rather than more than two hours away, enabling her to increase her training.
“Training had to stop because of Coronavirus but I’m just getting back into it now and hope to compete in the Paralympics in the dressage events,” Georgia said.
Her new home is a two-bedroom Eastbourne style semi-detached bungalow. The layout of her new home offers apartment-style living plus the advantage of a garden.
“It’s perfect for me as it’s close to the countryside and my horses. I wanted a bungalow because having everything on one level without any stairs is a lot easier for me with my disability,” Georgia explained.