Hunt takes a tumble to raise £1,250

Blankney Hunt chairman Peter Croft and supporters club chairman Jo Leech present �1,250 to Dr Ian Hindle of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance at their last meet of the season in Coleby.

Blankney Hunt chairman Peter Croft and supporters club chairman Jo Leech present �1,250 to Dr Ian Hindle of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance at their last meet of the season in Coleby.

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SUPPORTERS of the Blankney Hunt have raised £1,250 for charity by simply taking a tumble.

The Hunt followers presented the cash to Dr Ian Hindle from the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance on Saturday at their final meet of the season at Coleby Lodge.

The money came from the hunt’s Tumblers Club, where members are fined £10 each time they fall off while out hunting.

Hunt chairman Peter Croft, who made the presentation with supporters club chairman Jo Leech, said: “It’s a bit of fun that raises money for a very good cause.”