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Tumblers Club 2017/18


Team Chase - 22 October

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Classified Advertising

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Grafton Hunt Hunter Trials - 15 April

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Boxing Day 2016

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The Grafton Gazette

The 2016 issue is available to purchase at the following outlets: 

Buckingham Equine Vets, Wicken; Harley Equestrian, Woodford Halse; Towcester Veterinary Centre, Plum Park; The Vet Centre, Maids Moreton or from Penny Bonner, GHSA.


Photographs - Hunt Ball, Horse & Hound and hunting

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Grafton History Mug

Click here and here to view the fine bone china mug for sale at £15 each - available from Phillippa White.


Sounds of the Horn DVD

Copies available from Penny Bonner out hunting or Phillippa White at £10 each.



Pictures by Jackie Oliver Graftonwood

Newcomers Guide to Hunting

Posted on May 30 2014
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The Countryside Alliance's new document, a newcomers' guide to the "The how, where, when and what of hunting" has been flying off our stands at county shows throughout the UK. Have you got your hands on a copy yet? This pocket sized document is perfect for those that are interested in going hunting for the first time and answers typical questions that newcomers might have such as 'What do I wear' and 'Who are the important people to look out for' as well as including some useful tips on etiquette and how to get involved.

To request copies of "The how, where, when and what of hunting" (free of charge) please contact Henrietta Rutgers by email, henrietta-rutgers@countryside-alliance.org or by phone on 0207 840 9236. Alternatively download a copy here


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