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Elderly male black Cocker Spaniel, almost deaf and nearly blind, missing from Temple of the Ancient Worthies, Stowe School MK18 on Sunday 4 March.  Contact 07771 543997


Photographer 2017/18

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Boxing Day 2017

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The Grafton Gazette

The 2017 issue is now available to purchase at the following outlets: 

Buckingham Equine Vets, Wicken; Harley Equestrian, Woodford Halse; Towcester Equine Vets, Paulerspury; The Vet Centre, Maids Moreton or from Sue Binns, Grafton Pony Club or Penny Bonner, GHSA.


Team Chase - 22 October

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Grafton History Mug

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Sounds of the Horn DVD

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Pictures by Jackie Oliver Graftonwood

A new book on wildlife management

Posted on Jun 22 2015
The Grafton Hunt >>

The Veterinary Association for Wildlife Management (VAWM) has commissioned The Facts of Rural Life to address a number of concerns it has on the management of wildlife in the countryside such as:

·         the loss, or potential loss, of many vulnerable species;

·         the consequences of ill-thought through legislation;

·         the problems created by over protectionism;

·         the failure to recognise, or even understand, any need for pro-active management of certain dominant species. 

VAWM is particularly frustrated by the simplistic vision of the countryside and its wild inhabitants that is so often portrayed on television and in the popular press.

The author, Charlie Pye-Smith, is a respected writer on environmental topics, both in the UK and the developing world.  Charlie has undertaken an extensive research programme of field visits and interviews with scientists, veterinarians, landowners, farmers and wildlife practitioners including conservationists, gamekeepers and huntsmen.

The Facts of Rural Life provides a valuable resource for politicians, the media and anyone genuinely concerned about conservation, animal welfare and the future of Britain’s countryside.

Copies of The Facts of Rural Life may be purchased at £10 per book, or £40 for 5 books, with cheques payable to VAWM  through Brian Fanshawe, Old School House, Ashley, Tetbury, Glos. GL8 8SX

All enquires to Jim Barrington 07867 740154 or Brian Fanshawe 01666 575474.


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