To see some great pictures taken at this event. go to Darren Clarke Photography
(formerly Torry Hill Ride)
More pictures can be seen @ darrenclark.zenfolio.com
By kind permission of Mr. & Mrs. Richard Oldfield.
Beneficiaries to include: Canterbury Cathedral Trust, Kent/Surrey/Sussex Air Ambulance and the Ashford Valley Tickham Hunt.
Huntsman Neil Staines with his hounds on an early September morning.
The Field Wait Patiently
Ashford Valley Tickham Hunt ‘SELFIE COMPETITION’
Do you enjoy taking ‘SELFIES’? If you do, this competition is for you! All you have to do it take a ‘SELFIE’ at any Ashford Valley Tickham Hunt event during the coming months. This may be the Horse and Fun Dog Show in May; one of our Social Rides or the Kennels Open Day. Maybe an event where hounds are parading. It could be the Inter- Hunt Relay at… the Kent County Show.
Just a reminder about a few things!
Please ensure that your vehicles are left safe and secure while you are hunting. Make sure that all valuables are hidden from view.
Before leaving for home, have a check-around to make sure that your vehicle hasn’t been tampered with and that your lights, indicators are all working correctly. Importantly, make sure your trailer is still correctly secured to the towing vehicle.
If you see anyone acting suspiciously during the day or needs questions answered, please inform one of the Masters, the Hon. Secretary or a committee member.
If a crime is being committed , dial 999 straight away. Don’t take the law into your own hands.
Always report a crime so that it is on record!
Make sure that you tell someone when you retire from your day’s hunting. We don’t want to be hunting for some that has gone home!
Be safe and enjoy the day.
Thank you to all of the Ashford Valley Tickham members, supporters and helpers at our recent ‘clay shoot’. The event was a great success with many participants expressing their interest in the next shoot.
A huge thank you to our sponsors for their kind donations of prizes.
Our Sponsors were:
Shepherd Neame Brewery
Willow Farm Shooting Ground…
The Rose and Crown, Edgerton