On Wednesday 25th July, Dunster Castle, a National Trust site will be hosting Dunster Country Fair. A country show which promotes blood sports such as hunting and shooting.

Additionally, the National Trust is giving out licences to hunts to take part in trail hunting. The League believes there is no such a thing as the 'sport of trail hunting' and it is simply a temporary, false alibi to cover for illegal hunting while the hunting fraternity hopes for the hunting ban to be repealed or weakened.

Please join us and Somerset Wildlife Crime outside Dunster Castle, Somerset on Wednesday 25th July from 11am – 2pm.

Somerset Wildlife Crime and the League Against Cruel Sports will be raising awareness for the continued involvement of the hunting community in the National Trust and asking members of the public to sign the League’s Hunting Kills petition.

Parking on site is free for National Trust members, but £2.50 for the day for non-members. Non-members can park for free approximately one minute from the castle; drive past the entrance to Dunster Castle and straight over at traffic lights. Take the next left turn and take the immediate left again. This road is a dead end. Walk to the end of the lane where you can cross carefully over straight to Dunster Castle where you will see the protest.