The listings of a controversial hunt meet has been cancelled by the Surrey Union Hunt, The Surrey Union Hunt has chosen not use the licenced dates of December 8 and January 2 at Polesden Lacey in Great Bookham, Mole Valley, it has been confirmed. This has come after a fox was found dead near to the National Trust site last weekend. A National Trust spokesman said: “The Surrey Union hunt is not intending to use their licensed dates of December 8 and January 2 at Polesden Lacey and we have updated our website to reflect this.” Read More More stories about Surrey Union Hunt Anti-hunt campaigners along with the League Against Cruel Sports based in Godalming , called on the National Trust to stop granting hunting licences to the Surrey Union Hunt ahead of Saturday’s (December 8) hunt at Polesden Lacey. Police are still investigating the Peaslake incident. The National Trust spokesman added: “We are aware of reports that a fox was killed over the weekend. This is now a police matter and as such we cannot comment further. “The alleged incident did not take place on National Trust land and we would urge anyone with more information to contact the police.” Surrey Hunt Union says it operated within the confines of the law.