We work to expose and end the cruelty inflicted on animals in the name of sport
The League Against Cruel Sports was established in 1924 and campaigns to end cruelty to animals in sport.
Please join our Crowdfunding campaign and help put our anti-hunting film in cinemas. Pledges must be lodged before 9th February.
Find out more about the League Against Cruel Sports current campaigns to bring an end to cruelty to animals in the name of sport.
Foxycology, hosted by Bill Oddie OBE, will be an evening of talks exploring the ecology of rural and urban foxes. Diarise the date (19th Feb) and book your tickets today.
Whether you want to Take Action, Volunteer, become a Member or join a regional group, there are countless ways you can support the League.
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Our latest news stories and press releases are listed in this section.
Our blog is also updated regularly so you can keep informed about our campaign news, activities and progress.
The League Against Cruel Sports receives no government or Lottery funding for its campaigning work, and relies solely on the generosity of its members and supporters.
The League Against Cruel Sports' blogs are regularly updated so you can keep informed about our campaigns, activities and progress.
Please continue to support our Greyhound e-petition.
The general election in May will have huge consequences for the future of animal welfare and it will place enormous responsibility on us to work hard for the cause we believe in.
Dumfriesshire case is landmark in fight against wildlife crime
The League joined forces with RSPB and Wildlife Trusts for the first ever Rally for Nature.
League's Director of Campaigns believes it is time to respect our wildlife and respect the will of the people
Give local people a stake and a say over the land that they love and live on
Barbaric bull festival takes place in Soria in Spain
As raptor persecution in Scotland continues, the shooting industry is running out of time
League launches new Greyhound Report in Parliament.
Amendment to bullfighting subsidies rejected despite wave of support