From the archive - Tatler Bystander

From the archive - Tatler Bystander

The Vale of the White Horse (VWH) held its 150th anniversary meet at the Gloucestershire home of Earl and Countess St Aldwyn. Mickey St Aldwyn, dispensing hospitality with trays of port, was also celebrating his birthday while his brother, the Hon David Hicks Beach, was being congratulated on his engagement to neighbour Kate Henriques. Known as the Very Welcoming Hunt, it is one of the friendliest and most fun packs due to its completely unstuffy and sympathetic Masters, John Phillips, Bill Reid and Norman Thomas.

Read the full article HERE.

Prize-winning Melon

Prize-winning Melon at The Somerford Show

Congratulations to Martin Wood and his prize-winning melon which won the much coveted Horticultural Cup at the Somerford Show. The VWH hounds paraded in the main ring when many families came along and got a chance to meet the hounds and talk to Philip. We would like to thank the Somerford Show committee for inviting us to parade.

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Hound Exercise on Bikes

Friday 10th August 5.30pm

Kilkenny Farm Start and Finish

Mostly on tracks, about 4.5 miles

£5 per Adult, Children under 12 free [or] (Donations at the gate very welcome)

Thank you to Rory Musker for organising and Nick and Francie for hosting.

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