• Clifton-on-Teme Hunt

  • Clifton-on-Teme Hunt

  • Clifton-on-Teme Hunt

  • Clifton-on-Teme Hunt

Clifton-on-Teme Hunt and Pony Club


Clifton-on-Teme Hunt

The Clifton-on-Teme Hunt, active since 1920, continues to enjoy strong support locally despite the legislation to ban it that hunting now has to contend with. They meet on Tuesdays and Saturdays from September until March.

The new joint Masters this season are Richard and Clare Hill. Richard has been Master/ Huntsman of the Stoke Hill Beagles, Spooners and West Dartmoor and latterly Joint Master/Huntsman with his wife Clare at the Vine and Craven. The hunt has a very strong Supporters Club who run various fund-raising events throughout the year, supported by the local farming community as well as hunt members.


CoT Hunt link

Clifton-on-Teme Hunt


The Hunt has its own website.
Click  h e r e   for details.

 

For more information about the Hunt and the Hunt Supporters Club
(all welcome), contact: Richard & Clare Hill: (01885) 483 493

 

 

The opening meet is always held on the village green in Clifton in November, and on New Year's day the hounds meet again at the New Inn. The Hunt also organises the annual Clifton Point-to-Point races at Upper Sapey.



Clifton-on-Teme Hunt

The Clifton-on-Teme Hunt holds some 60 meets each season, having a reputation for rough terrain and 'wild and stout' foxes. New members, both on foot and mounted, are welcomed. The kennels were at one time at Court House, Shelsley Walsh (hence Kennel bend on the Hill Climb). Today they are at Tedstone Delamere, on land generously donated by the Belville family.


Richard Hill, Master of the Clifton Hunt at the New Year
meet at the New Inn, Clifton.

 

CoT Hunt

Click  h e r e   for further details about the Clifton-on-Teme Hunt


There is also a programme of social events, including the
Hunt Supporters' Dinner
(see the What's On page).

 

 

 


 

Clifton-on-Teme Pony Club

The branch was formed in 1953 and is part of Pony Club Area 9, where it is one of the smallest branches. The Pony Club hold rallies throughout the year at local venues with more specialist training for those wishing to compete in teams.

The aim is to provide a sound learning base for all of the members, so that they may appreciate the enjoyment to be gained from the art of horsemanship combined with fun and friendship.

 



Clifton-on-Teme Pony Club

The Pony Club has its own website.
Click  h e r e  for details.