Are hunt and followers exempt from all laws?

Earlier I saw upwards of 30 horses and riders riding through local village followed by at least 15 quad bikes with 2 on each not one wearing crash helmet some had number plates some had boxes carrying terriers also hounds running across fields so it's a case of the upper class can do what they like
 

neilo

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Earlier I saw upwards of 30 horses and riders riding through local village followed by at least 15 quad bikes with 2 on each not one wearing crash helmet some had number plates some had boxes carrying terriers also hounds running across fields so it's a case of the upper class can do what they like
1. it is not a legal requirement to wear a helmet on a quad, and I still haven’t met anyone that does.

2. why do you think they belonged to an ‘upper class’, especially given your location?
I would hazard a guess that most of the people on quads would have been local farmers, as well as a fair number of those on horseback.
 

Werzle

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Midlands
Earlier I saw upwards of 30 horses and riders riding through local village followed by at least 15 quad bikes with 2 on each not one wearing crash helmet some had number plates some had boxes carrying terriers also hounds running across fields so it's a case of the upper class can do what they like
:LOL:Get a life, hunts are made up of all walks of life nowadays
 
1. it is not a legal requirement to wear a helmet on a quad, and I still haven’t met anyone that does.

2. why do you think they belonged to an ‘upper class’, especially given your location?
I would hazard a guess that most of the people on quads would have been local farmers, as well as a fair number of those on horseback.
Ok so no helmet but what about 2 on
each quad and what about carrying terriers which are used for going down runs
 
Ok so no helmet but what about 2 on
each quad and what about carrying terriers which are used for going down runs
so no lock down so hunting can continue.

terrierS are still allowed, assuming that what they were there for.

not quite sure what your post has achieved other than to make you look like a tit.

granted, if Wales was still in lockdown then it’s appalling, but as they aren’t, nothing here is wrong.
 

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