NEWS:

  • 16th August 2017 - The Duke of Beaufort - A Service of Thanksgiving will be held at 12 noon on Friday 25th August 2017 at St Michael and All Angels Church, Badminton.
  • Parking - All guests to arrive at the North Front, via Kennel Drive. The route will be signed. There will be no access through the gates at the top of Badminton High Street, nor from the North of the Park i.e. by Shepherd’s Lodge. All cars are asked to park in the Park. Please follow directions given on the day.
  • Flowers/Donations - Flowers may be brought or delivered to the marquee on the North Front if desired, or Donations can be made to the Great Badminton Church Restoration Fund - www.badmintonchurchrestoration.org.uk
  • Saturday 9th September - Last Night of the Proms at Toad Hall - Who Needs the Royal Albert Hall ? We have got Toad Hall at Trull! Get out the Red White and Blue Flags and come and enjoy a patriotic evening with a live screening of Last Night of the Proms on Sat 9th September. Bring some food to share, plus your preferred tipple. Wear your red white and blue, join in the jolly singing and flag waving. Doors open at 7pm. £10. Please contact (as we do need to know how many are coming) Jo Aldridge 01666 840175 pr@beauforthunt.com
  • Sunday 24th September - Badminton Ride in aid of Badminton Church and Beaufort Hunt. Please click www.badmintonride.com for info.
  • Christmas Card 2017Click here to view and print out Order Form.
  • Click for Hunting, Wildlife Management and the Moral Issue.
  • Consider joining the 200 Club
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secretary@beauforthunt.com - Nigel Maidment                                        pr@beauforthunt.com - Jo Aldridge



The Beaufort Hunt, along with other hunts, have changed their rules to state:

  • That we intend to carry out only legal activities.
  • Farmers, Subscribers, Members and Followers have been informed to this effect.
  • Along with other hunts, we regard this as a temporary ban.
  • We will continue to campaign to prove that this ban is detrimental to animal welfare.
  • The Beaufort will continue to raise funds to pay for legal challenges.
  • We will continue to work towards maintaining employment both within the Hunt as well as related trades.
  • The Beaufort Hunt intends to maintain a workable pack of hounds to keep the Beaufort bloodlines that are renowned across the United Kingdom and indeed worldwide.
  • We are determined to keep our community together.
  • We will continue to raise funds for local charities.