LEAFLETS AND LEAFLETING
AAF wants to expose the truth about foxhunting. We need to reach as many people as possible and leafleting is an effective way of doing this. Everybody needs a leaflet through their door: people who don’t know it goes on; people who do know it goes on but hesitate to talk about it and of course, the pro hunters. They need to know we’re out there, telling the truth.
Leafleting is a really good way of getting involved with AAF. You can either download and print our leaflets yourself, or you can order some from us.
It’s good exercise too. Go with a friend and you’ll have some fun. We do.
We can send you some the leaflets in return for a donation, or download them for free and print them yourself. Scroll down and have a browse.
If you’d like to download the pdf and print them yourself, just click on the image.
TO ORDER YOUR LEAFLETS
Please email Pip on firstname.lastname@example.org, or send us a message through our Facebook page. A donation for the cost of the leaflets + postage would be much appreciated. See “Suggested Donations for Leaflets” below.
Any questions? Please just ask. Leaflet sizes below.
- Ending Foxhunting Forever
- Reporting illegal foxhunting
- Is the Hunt Disturbing your Peace?
- Cubbing Leaflet
- Trailhunting IS Foxhunting
- Foxhunters Kill (A7)
- Foxhunting is a Crime (A6)
- Report Foxhunts killing Cubs (A7)
Double-sided A5 leaflet informing people that foxhunting still goes on and asking them to join AAF.
A6 postcard, to deliver from end of May onwards. To draw attention to cubbing, which will start in August.
Can be used in conjunction with any other leaflet or
on its own.
Double-sided A5 leaflet. Two purposes: to encouage people to report fox hunting, and to point out (once again) that it is a crime.
STICKER to go with it – see below.
STICKER – A7 sized.
Can also be downloaded in pdf (click on image) to make into a poster.
This poster is aimed at people who go along to watch the hunt meet on Boxing Day. The Qr code at the bottom links to the video of the vixen’s death at the hands of the Eggesford Hunt on Boxing Day 2018. You can click on it and download it to print it for yourself. To read the story of what happened to the fox, click HERE