Friends of the the late Cattistock field master Fiona Vigar have raised over £15,000 for the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance in her memory, by completing a coast-to-coast cycle-ride
Another judge has criticised the RSPCA for wasting public time and money prosecuting a hunt, in a case that collapsed at the last moment
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New booklet to introduce young people to hunting
The Countryside Alliance has published a free booklet designed to introduce young people to hunting
Antis must uncover their faces to protect hunt followers
Police are being urged to enforce laws stripping protestors of balaclavas, in a bid to help protect hunt followers
A new beagle pack is being formed to hunt the former Wick and District country in south Gloucestershire, the latter having disbanded in 2011
H&H readers are being urged to sign a petition to ban the distasteful Facebook page “I love hunting accidents”, which celebrates deaths and injuries to hunting people
Record numbers for new masters’ course, run by Hunting Office
A record 51 people took part in the recent new masters’ course, run by the Hunting Office to prepare them for the new season
Petition against anti-hunting Facebook page
Hunt supporters’ relief at seeing the “I love hunting accidents” Facebook page removed was short-lived when the page resurfaced just a day after its demise
‘Too many’ packs, says chairman of the Masters of Foxhounds Association
The number of foxhound packs in Britain must be reduced by around 50 if hunting is to prosper, says Stephen Lambert, chairman of the Masters of Foxhounds Association