Ampleforth Beagles

Ampleforth College has been involved in beagling since as early as 1915, when the school boasted its own pack.  These days, a group of Old Amplefordians and local supporters run the pack and are joined regularly by local supporters at various meets across the North York Moors.  

Beagling is still very much a part of school life today and gives boys and girls some experience of animal welfare, through visits to the kennels and opportunities to help at hound shows during the Summer months.

If you are interested in learning more about the Ampleforth Beagles, please contact James Aldous-Ball (C83) by emailing