Non-subscribers are welcome to ride with the Hunt for up to 4 days per season upon payment of a daily visitors' cap, details of which can be obtained from the Hunt Secretary, Nick Thomas (tel: 07973886487). We would be grateful if visitors could place their cap money in an envelope with their name, address, email and telephone number and give it to Nick or Field Secretary for the day at the Meet.
If you are considering coming hunting with us you may appreciate this brief description of how we operate, together with a few suggestions and guidelines. Be assured that, on the day you come out with us, you will be made very welcome and will have the opportunity to make a lot of new friends.
The first thing to be clear about is that we hunt within the law. Artificial trails are laid for the hounds in the area where we meet on a hunting day, although it can happen that in crossing the countryside the hounds will inadvertently pick up the trail of a fox
In arranging a day's hunting, you should contact the Hunt Secretary or Masters whose details appear on the Contacts page of this website. They will also give you information about the cost of a single day's hunting as a visitor, or of a subscription for a limited or unlimited number of days. Alternatively you can download this information by clicking on the Subscription Form link above.
The Meets in the main season are at 10:45 am.
We are very privileged to be allowed by the farmers to cross their land. In return, it is important that the riders keep together as a group, follow the Fieldmaster, and observe any instructions. Every effort must be made to avoid damage to land, fences or crops, to avoid disturbing livestock, to keep to the edge of sown fields, and to close gates unless instructed otherwise.
Maintaining the goodwill of the general public is also vital. It is important to avoid holding up traffic on roads. If you are unfamiliar with an area, please ask the Secretary for advice as to where to park horseboxes or trailers.