Hundreds of people went to the Newmarket area of Morpeth on New Year’s Day to see riders, horses and hounds.
The traditional Morpeth Hunt greeting included a collection to support those in Cumbria who have suffered from repeated flooding.
The 25 riders re-met at Stanton and the contingent went to farms at Haredene, Whinney Hill, Doe Hill, Parkhead, Blackpool (near Longhorsley) and Smallburn.
Joint Master of the Hunt, Evan Jobling-Purser, said: “It was wonderful to see such a great turnout of the public in Morpeth, which we think was in the region of 600.
“It was really wet going, but all the farmers were most accommodating.”