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.
Every 20 seconds, an animal is caught in a snare. Help us ban snares today.
Find out more about the League Against Cruel Sports current campaigns to bring an end to cruelty to animals in the name of sport.
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If there is one form of cruelty that perhaps makes Eduardo Gonçalves' blood boil above all others, it is the horror of dog fighting
Bill Oddie asks why snares still in wide use across the UK, and why are they still legal?
In the lead up to this election there has been huge cross party support for our work, particularly on issues such as hunting and snaring – both of which remain legal in Northern Ireland.
The League launched our manifesto in Wales with calls to ban snaring, an end to caged breeding of ‘game’ birds, and the prohibition of terrierwork.
We look into the truth about animals as 'bait' for dog fighting
Wildlife crime remains a very serious issue across the country - it is essential that PCCs are aware of these issues and the part they can play
The League has been working hard to engage election candidates from across the board to ensure that they know how important animal welfare is to their constituents.
Streamcombe Farm is a small landholding in West Somerset, over which the League Against Cruel Sports holds sporting rights to prevent anyone from hunting or shooting on the land.
The beauty of British wildlife is in abundance at our Baronsdown sanctuary this spring