Here's a copy of communication between Staintondale Hunt and the Forestry Commission after a fox was killed by the hunt on public land in February 2018. The season after their license has been renewed.
Ian Gambles, CEO of the Forestry Commission, said: 'If anyone has evidence of any suspected illegal activity in forests we care for they should pass it to the police for them to consider what action they can take.' So why doesn't the Forestry Commission enable monitoring of the hunts by publishing the licences?
Write to Ian Gambles on email@example.com and ask why the Staintondale hunt got re-licensed for the next season, and why wildlife and public, in staggering majority opposing hunting, have to put up with being terrorised by the packs of dogs and horsemen for the sake of this ridicusly outdated activity.