Well, what a season 20/21 turned out to be, but we are pleased to say we’re still here and despite all the restrictions placed upon us by COVID-19 we managed to have some excellent days albeit in such a short season. We would like to extend our thanks to all the farmers, landowners and members who supported us through what proved to be quite a tricky season.

We would also like to say a very big thank you to Terry Edgell who has recently stepped down from the mastership after four seasons. Terry support has been invaluable to us, and we are extremely grateful to him. Gareth Perkins and Jane  Thomas joined the mastership on May 1st and the four of us are eagerly looking forward to the forthcoming season.

We would also like to say thank you to Simon Cann our Huntsman and his partner Rebecca. It’s not easy arriving in a new post in the middle of a national pandemic! However, Simon, Becky and their daughter Miya have settled in well and are really looking forward to being able to get out and about meeting more people this season.

On May 1st we also welcomed Ben Allen to our team at the Kennels. Ben joins us from the United  Pack as our kennel/country man.

We are all very excited about the season ahead and as the restrictions lift are really looking forward to welcoming you back to the kennels. We have recently had two new litters of puppies, the first lot are already out to walk and the second litter are just 48 hours old but doing well so far.

Looking forward to seeing everyone again soon.

Best wishes
Gary, Liz, Gareth and Jane

1st May 2021



Thank You Letter 18.03.2021

Every year Glamorgan Hunt collects money from tumblers out in the field. Each year as a rider has an unauthorised dismount we ask they pay £5 for the privilege. 

All the money is collected and donated to the Wales Air Ambulance, who will always be there in our hour of need. 

In this short season (due to COVID restrictions) we combined last season and this seasons donations which raised £175. 

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