Enough is Enough: Peterborough

Home of the Festival of Hunting, it's time to say 'enough is enough'

The Bull Hotel and Conference Centre, Peterborough, PE1 1RB

19:00

17th June 2022

Hunting should be banned not celebrated: This is your chance to join the conversation in Peterborough, home of the Festival of Hunting.

The Festival of Hunting is held in Peterborough every summer, where hunts will celebrate animals being killed in the name of sport. Enough is Enough.

Join the conversation as we bring our campaign to the home of hunting’s biggest event.

Chaired by John Baker, Editor, Peterborough Matters.

Chris Luffingham, Deputy CEO and Director External Affairs – League Against Cruel Sports

Dominic Dyer, Policy Advisor – Born Free Foundation

Kate Stephenson - Author, Wildlife Blogger and Conservationist

You will have an opportunity to ask them your questions during the event and speak to them over wine and canapes after the discussion.

Tickets are free but you must register here.

Once registered you will have the option to send in your question in advance.


The Bull Hotel and Conference Centre
Westgate
Peterborough
Cambridgeshire
PE1 1RB

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