This video from England says about itself:
Hunt saboteurs victims of fox hunters‘ violence
21 May 2017
By Peter Lazenby in Britain:
Tuesday 26th September 2017
The charity is Britain’s biggest private landowner with about 620,000 acres and has about five million members.
Trail hunting is allowed on National Trust land in England and Wales.
TV presenter Paul O’Grady said: “The National Trust’s responsibility is to care for the precious wildlife that lives on its land and we all know there’s nothing caring about hunting.”
The League Against Cruel Sports acting chief executive Philippa King said the reasons fox hunters give to justify being on National Trust land are “mere excuses covering up illegal hunting.”
And the league’s president Mr Oddie said hunting was “a piece of history that belongs in the past and for the National Trust to allow it on their land — and thereby condone it — is retrogressive and highly regrettable.”