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For the Foxes March

March 24, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Join us in Edinburgh on Saturday 24th March to march For the Foxes and call for a real fox hunting ban.

Fox hunting was meant to have been banned in Scotland in 2002, but loopholes in the law mean that it still takes place across the country much like it did before the ban. We hope that 2018 will be the year that fox hunting in Scotland is finally consigned to history.

That’s why The League Against Cruel Sports, OneKind and IFAW, are coming together For the Foxes to show Scotland’s political parties that the public wants to see a real fox hunting ban.

Join us and bring your friends, family and help make this the biggest, loudest call for an end to fox hunting in Scotland ever!

We’ll be gathering from 10am for a 10.30am start at St Giles’ Cathedral on the Royal Mile where we will begin a march down to the Scottish Parliament for the rally where we will gather to make some noise and hear from campaigners and (we hope!) celebrities about why 2018 must be the year that the SNP Government finally takes decisive action against fox hunting.

It’s outside in Scotland so make sure you’re prepared for the weather! Feel free to dress up, paint your face or bring signs (make sure you make them polite). We’ll be handing out our own leaflets and placards for you to use too.

Register here to get updates and to let us know you’re coming (this is useful as it gives us an idea of how many people will be there). You can also ask questions and chat about the event on the For The Foxes Facebook page.



March 24, 2018
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
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