If you’re a National Trust Member you can use a proxy vote at the upcoming AGM but the deadline is this Friday, 13th October. The online form is here.

We hope you’ll support the two Members’ Resolutions to (a.) ban all hunting on Trust land (there’s inarguable evidence awful cruelty still happens “by mistake”) and (b.) to reverse the Trust’s support for building a damaging short tunnel in the Stonehenge landscape in defiance of UNESCO’s wishes. These are the 3 boxes you need to tick:

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PS – the Trust is an admirable institution and it’s watchword, “forever, for everyone”, is beyond reproach. However in two ways, for reasons its officials have never successfully explained, it has betrayed its founding principles and brought wide national and international criticism and ridicule on itself. Please help restore its reputation by instructing the Chair to vote FOR the two Members’ resolutions.