Hunt saboteur jailed after being branded a ‘danger to the public’ by judge

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A ‘notorious’ hunt saboteur has been branded a “danger to the public” by a judge as he was jailed. Paul Allman, 48, was part of a “militia” dressed in black who confronted the Wynnstay Hunt in Cuddington, Cheshire, before he struck two supporters, knocking one to the floor. Allman is part of a group that routinely target hunts known as the “Stockport Monitors”.  When appearing in the dock last Friday, Allman already had a suspended sentence for his involvement in a separate attack on a 15-year-old girl and two men,…

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Festival of Hunting to head to new historic venue in 2024

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The East of England Agricultural Society, which organises The Festival of Hunting and the prestigious Peterborough Royal Foxhound Show, has confirmed that these events will be held on the Milton Estate near Peterborough in 2024, by kind permission of Peterborough Royal Foxhound Show Society (PRFSS) Chairman, Sir Philip Naylor-Leyland Bt., MFH.  In recent years, the pinnacle event of the hunting community’s social calendar has been held at the East of England showground. The Festival, which is a highlight of the rural summer season, will be held for the final time…

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