Chester Magistrates have fined three members and supporters of the Cheshire Foxhounds Hunt after trespassing on property belonging to British Rail.
Hunt supporters threatened to beat up and run over me as the troubled fox-hunting season came to an acrimonious end.
The Avon Vale Hunt upset residents in Calne when they trampled across gardens and sent cats fleeing.
The British Fields Sports Society has resorted to faked photographs of a fox ‘attacking’ a chicken in its new poster campaign.
On September 18th 1993, Stephen Maxwell, a man with convictions for offences involving badgers, was seen with terrierman out with the Cheshire Forest Hunt.
The cat’s body was not returned by the huntsman, who was described as rude and arrogant.
The Master of the Sinnington Foxhounds, Adrian Danger, was fined and had his licence endorsed for a series of motoring offences.
Police arrested one man after a vehicle owned by a member of the hunt saboteurs was damaged.
An injured hunt dog belonging to the Cheshire Hunt had been put down after being hit by a wagon on a busy road at Duddon.
Horrified onlookers saw a foxhunt supporter kill an injured hounds with his bare hands.
Horrified Villages looked on helplessly as two cats were killed when hounds ran amok in gardens on Christmas Eve.
An Utkinton man has alleges that a cat was torn to death by hounds in his back garden.