South Dorset Hunt, huge database of farmers & supporters revealed.

As the Countryside Alliance, still refuse to stop spying and holding illegal databases on anti hunting activists, more internal documents from a hunt are being released, this will continue every 5-7 days until we run out of hunts (that’s going to be some many months away) or until the CA decide to go public and start to apologise and make amends to their victims. If you are reading this and part of the fox hunting community, please do in the first instance make a complaint to the ICO. Your details were not kept securely and the data controller in this case the South Dorset Hunt, may well have to pay some large fines for not securing these documents properly.

All of the documents are dated between 2019-2020. First up the various committees (check different sheets, download here):

This next document is probably the most crucial for the ongoing capability for the hunt to function, it’s a list of just over 1,000 farms details, please do spend some time contacting a few of these farmers and asking them to reconsider their support for fox hunters, and if you are on the list and reading this, please do complain to the ICO.
Farmers list for South Dorset Hunt, here.
Many of the subscribers are included on the Farmers list and you can check through on that database, but this document gives you the names of all the subscribers, who between them give the hunt over £50k a year, subscribers list here.
The Redbook from 2019 can be downloaded here.
AGM for 2019 can be downloaded here.

If you’d like to email the landowning farmers for this hunt, please copy and paste each one of these chunks into an email and send them a polite email:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,