Oral History & Interview Extracts
Thirty-nine people gave recorded interviews about their views on foxhunting and the impact of the Hunting Act (2004) on their lives, livelihood and attitudes.
These interviews included people who:
- Participate in and support foxhunting
- Oppose and participate in anti-foxhunting activities
- Support a 'middle way' or licensing option
- Work in associated trades and industries
The full collection is available at Melton Carnegie Museum or the Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland.
If you would like to make your own contribution to the oral history archive please contact The Keeper on tel. 0116 305 3860 or email email@example.com.
These interviews are the Copyright of Leicestershire County Council. They are available to use as personal study or classroom activity only. When you download any of these interviews, either as a PDF document or an audio file, you agree to abide by these conditions. If you have any other intended purpose please contact the Keeper of Melton Carnegie Museum.
|Role||Name||List to Extract||Read Transcript|
|Middleway Campaigner||Jim Barrington|
|Rural Dweller||Juliette Baxter|
|Hunt Monitor||Kevin Hill|
|Hunt Foot Follower||Anthony King|
|IFAW Campaigner||Josey Sharrad|
Page Last Updated: 18 January 2011