Honri Hats are proud to be supporting the Inter Hunt Relay at the 2020 Festival of Hunting. For over 20 years Paul Baynham-Honri has been selling and fitting bespoke hunt caps to the hunting community. He understands what you all do and talks your language. For the last 5 years Honri Hats have had their range of Hunt caps manufactured exclusively by a relatively new high quality workshop in London that has over 30 years experience in the making and servicing of bespoke Hats.
Honri Hats aim to keep the traditional look going and getting back to the quality of making that was seen in the past. With his extensive experience in the fitting of Goss bodied caps, Paul is probably the most experienced person in the world in the fitting of traditional hunt caps, Top Hats and Bowlers.
Honri Hats have three styles of Hunt cap and will always make sure that the customer has the style that is best for them. This includes making specials for those who need them. We can offer caps in Black, Navy, Dark Grey & Brown or what ever colour or finish you want.
Baily’s are the proud sponsors of the Harrier and Beagle rings.
Bailys Hunting Directory is the only multi-national hunting directory in the world, listing hunts of all types from around 20 countries on 5 continents. From our origins as a monthly magazine in 1860, through the years of the highly-recognisable annual hard-back book with distinctive red cover from 1897 to 2007, Baily’s has been viewed as the premier resource for, and about, hunting hounds and hunting people.
Baily’s has embraced the modern world with a social media presence on Facebook and Twitter, and a subscription-based website at www.bailyshuntingdirectory.com. Whether you want to find the latest hunt details from the Directory, view our gallery of thousands of pictures from around the world, read our huge article archive, or visit our online shop with hunting-related products, Baily’s remains the must-have hunting resource.
Countryside Alliance are our proud partners for 2020.
The Countryside Alliance is known for its work on wildlife and management, but its agenda is far broader than that incorporating food & farming, local businesses and services and the injustices of poor mobile phone signal and broadband in the countryside. We are anything but a single issue organisation and represent the interests of country people from all backgrounds. With over 100,000 supporters the Countryside Alliance promotes the rural way of life in Parliament, in the media and on the ground. Our aim is to promote understanding and acceptance of the rural way of life and activities such as hunting and shooting in a managed landscape, and to protect them from bias, misinformation and over regulation. If you care about the rural way of life, join the Countryside Alliance today. Save 20% on direct debit membership with code 16DD
The Old Hunting Habit will be kindly donating prizes to this year’s Inter Hunt Team Relay winners.
Born in the heart of Derbyshire in the small but extremely picturesque village of New Mills, The Old Hunting Habit’s objective is to give an efficient service for all your hunting and showing requirements.