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The Quorn Hunt

On 1st July 1916 at 07:30, the battle of the Somme started. By nightfall, 58,000 men of the British forces were casualties of which 20,000 were killed. It was, and remains, the single most disastrous day in the history of the British Army. When the battle ended in mid-November, over one million men of both sides had been killed or injured. Many were from the Royal Leicestershire and Royal Lincolnshire Regiments, regiments that, along with the local cavalry regiments (held back for the breakthrough that never came) provided a cadre of young men who hunted regularly with the Quorn, Belvoir and Cottesmore. Some continued to do so when on leave; all too many never would. Click on the British Legion poppy to see how you can help the living.

Smartphone app


With the QH's popular smartphone 'app' you can now make online payments for caps and for other items such as fun rides and social events, and you can also email the QH and MHC (and other) Secretaries – all from within the app. This is complementary to the online payment pages of this website - you can use either, whichever is more convenient - and they offer the same facilities.

See the Events / Newsfeeds page for more details.

And, at the top left-hand corner of this page, you might have noticed a small blue box with three bars. Clicking it displays the menu vertically instead of horizontally and in much larger lettering. This is to help:


... to the Quorn Hunt's website for stop-press news, a summary of forthcoming events, details of how to contact us, a small adverts section, a unique satellite map of our country that is zoomable to hedgerow level and shows our boundary and many of our coverts (some with descriptions and photos; there is also a covert finder: click on a listed location and the map will find it for you), a brief history, current subscription rates, a Who's Who of hunt masters and officials and the supporters association, and reports and photos from our many activities.

The Quorn Hunt was founded in 1696 and takes its name from the Leicestershire village of Quorn where the hounds were kenneled from 1753 until 1904. The Quorn Hunt is one of the best known hunts in England and extends a warm welcome to many visitors from both the UK and internationally. The Quorn hunts within the restrictions of the Hunting Act 2004.