Merchandise

Merchandise


Showerproof Blouson Jackets available in NAVY, GREEN, OR BLACK in S, M, L or XL @ £32

Wool Hats available in RED, NAVY, GREEN OR PINK one size children or adults @ £8

HOODIES in any size, or colour, with or without slogan on the back childs @ £15 or with slogan £20
adults @ £20 or with slogan £25

(Slogans such as: PRICKET, I LOVE HUNTING, WARE HIND, FRESH STAG,…..OR CHOOSE YOUR OWN!!)

(all with DSSH logo on front)

Heavyweight cotton Rugby Shirts in bottle green or navy.
Sizes: Large and Extra Large.
Other sizes can be ordered by special request. Price: £26
Sweatshirts in navy, bottle green, burgundy and mid blue.
Sizes: Medium, Large and Extra Large. Other sizes can be ordered by special request. Price: £22
Children’s sweatshirts are available in navy and red. Price: £11
Ties in bottle green, burgundy and navy with a stag’s head and DSSH motif. Price: £15 Blue Baseball caps. Price: £10
To Purchase
Please ring for availability before ordering. When writing please include your phone number.


Please send a cheque (payable ‘DSSH Moneyspinners’) for the total amount + Postage and Packing (£3.50 per large item, £2 for ties and baseball caps), to:
Mrs Fran A’Brook,
Venne Farm
Upton
Taunton Som TA24 2JE
Tel: 01398 371279
Delivery within 28 days.
Hunting Map
A limited edition of 500 signed full colour print of the D&SSH country illustrated by well known and collected Irish artist Victoria MacDermot, also known as Mrs Piers Vaux of Luckett Mill, Knowstone, both keen members of the D&SSH.
The map depicts the principal meets and landscape features of the staghounds’ country. Surrounding this are beautifully painted scenes of staghunting life, such as Donald with hounds, hinds, a stag at bay and hounds hunting. All proceeds go to the D&SSH and we are grateful to Victoria who has freely given us a true work of art.
“I think it is just fantastic” Diana Scott, MSH –
“Magic” Tom Yandle –
“She’s got it just right” George Witheridge MSH
Details HERE
Staghunting on Exmoor 1940-1998 by Robin Dunn
Staghunting on Exmoor
Published by Rare Books and Berry: Hardback.
Published 1st October 2008. ISBN: 978 0 9539951 9 6
Special offer £10-00 plus £2.00 p&p to the UK. Elsewhere on application.
Mrs Pat Bawden
Halsgrove Farm Cottage
Withypool
Somerset TA23 7RX
Email: staghounds@exmoor.org.uk
Staghunting on Exmoor 1940 to 1998 is the first comprehensive account describing hunting with the Devon & Somerset Staghounds during and since the Second World War. It gives an informed account of the technique ofstag-hunting before the ban imposed by the Hunting Act 2004, and emphasises the vital part played by the Hunt in the management of a thriving and healthy herd of wild red deer on the moor. There are vignettes of the leading characters of the Hunt – Masters, Huntsmen, Harbourers and Secretaries – as well as descriptions of some of the outstanding hunts over a period of nearly sixty years. The book also deals with the relations between the Hunt and the National Trust, culminating in the ban on stag-hunting in 1997 contrary to the express wishes of the donor of the land Sir Richard Acland, as well as the long political battle which led to the Hunting Act.Any profits from this book will go to the D&SSH

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A message from the Masters

IMPORTANT !

Although, hopefully, the worst of the weather is over and the ground is now drying up we feel that our farmers and landowners deserve the respect of all of us during the Spring. It is their busiest time and they probably do not really want to see us.

HORSES: Please will everyone think before entering any fields when they are not with the Field Master or any of the Masters and it is up to the locals to make sure our visitors keep in touch and do not go where they shouldn’t if they get detached. Please remember that any mess made now will be there for the farmer to see all summer! It goes without saying that all gates must be shut – if in doubt shut it!

VEHICLES and BIKES (2-4 wheels): Please park sensibly and do not block the road or farm lanes and entrances. No-one is to leave the road unless you individually have the landowner’s permission and this is most important as the Police and the National Park will be watching this very closely. Please remember how noisy a gang of bikes are both to horses and the general public and try to minimise this by splitting up.
We get more complaints about the vehicles and bikes than anything else and it gives the hunt a very bad name.

We thank you for your support and look forward to a successful March and April.
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