<img height="1" width="1" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1790220757858842&amp;ev=PageView &amp;noscript=1"> Ban Hunting on Council Land

Ban Hunting on Council Land

Contact your county council* and ask them not to permit trail hunting, exempt hunting, hound exercise and hunts meeting on its land. ↓ Read more ↓

* If you do not have a county council, the action will contact your borough, unitary or district councillors (whichever is most senior).

Fill in the form to contact your council

Let’s stay in touch

Your support means the world to us and we would love to stay in touch. Please opt-in to stay up to date with our latest campaigns, appeals and petitions so you can continue helping us protect animals. (If you leave it blank, we’ll keep your existing contact preference; you can change your mind at any time).

If you’d like to change your preferences at a later date, all you have to do is call our Supporter Care Team on 01483 524 250 or email them at [email protected].     


Your privacy

If you would like to know more or understand your data protection rights, please take a look at our privacy policy.

More details

Despite the hunting ban coming into force in 2005, hunting with dogs is still plaguing the British countryside. Deer are still chased to exhaustion, hares are constantly wary of the sound of the hunting horn, and foxes are still torn to shreds.

The law needs strengthening, but what can be done to stop hunting today?

We all have power to stop hunting by taking away the land they hunt on. No land, no hunting.

Council land is public land, is your land. Your council has the authority to ban hunting activity on public land.

Make your council’s land a sanctuary from hunts and help protect wildlife from suffering in the name of ‘sport’.

↑ Back to form ↑