Enough is Enough: Plymouth Panel Discussion

Sherwell Centre, University of Plymouth, PL4 8AP


10th December 2021

This is your chance to talk to policy makers and experts about bringing an end to cruel sports. Animals don’t have a voice, but you do.

Hunting with dogs is still happening here in the Westcountry. Animals are being killed in the name of sport and people are suffering because of the bad behaviour of hunts. Enough is enough.

Join the discussion on hunting in the South West with our panel of Luke Pollard MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), Paul Netherton OBE (former Deputy Chief Constable Devon and Cornwall Police), Emma Judd (League Against Cruel Sports), Dominic Dyer (Born Free Foundation and Wildlife and Countryside Link), plus others tbc.

They will discuss what is being done to tackle illegal hunting and share their thoughts on the future of hunting in the South West. You will have an opportunity to ask them your questions during the event and to speak with them over wine and canapes after the discussion.

If you want to be part of the conversation on ending hunting in the South West for good, then get your tickets today.

Get your tickets here

7pm – 8:30pm | Friday 10 December

Sherwell Centre

University of Plymouth

Sherwell Lane



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