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(letter probably on website for only a week).12.06 Guardian.12.06 Huge turnout expected for Boxing Day hunts despite ban, supporters say - Dan Bell - Up to 250,000 people are expected to turn out for the annual Boxing Day hunts, despite the ban that. (story) Bromley Times.12.06 Vigil for animal rights - anti-vivisection campaigners held candlelit vigils to mark International Animal Rights Day. In the Craven Herald of November 10 there was a letter from David Scholey about the National Trust, regarding hunting. Theres real danger but the ball is miscontrolled. All the usual stuff tonight plus an aditional feature towards the end of the show tonight.
The Grafton Hunt in south Northants also attracted a large number of supporters on Boxing Day when they met in the grounds of Easton Neston House (story) Derby Evening Telegraph.12.06 three councillors reveal convictions TO OUR campaign BY david walsh - Three city councillors. The glamorous pair shared with Phoenix FM listerners some of the highlights of what we can expect to see at the fashion event without giving too much away. Experts now believe that the new Animal Welfare Act, which comes into force in April, will curb the use of birds of prey in hunting. As they began to talk to me they saw I was still really upset about my fathers death and I told them he had been the one to introduce the austerity measures and let him tell them why. This could be about who wants it the most.
This post has been viewed 3,577 times. Across the Norfolk-Suffolk boundary at Bungay, hundreds of spectators packed town centre streets to see off the Waveney Harriers. The League Against Cruel Sports has set up a legal unit to work with residents and landowners upset by hunts. (story) Portsmouth News.12.06 Hundreds expected at Boxing Day meet - police say they are not expecting any trouble at The Hursley Hambledon Hunt's Boxing Day meet, which will this year leave from The Buck's Head, Meonstoke, for Winchester Hill.