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Flint and Denbigh Hunt









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About This Hunt

Hunt Country The country which lies in Denbighshire, stretches nearly from the river Conway to the Dee, and comprises mixed hill and vale, mainly grass. Best centres: Abergele, Rhyl, St. Asaph and Denbigh. Adjacent to Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn's Hunt.

Hunt History The Hunt dates from 1830, and the country as now constituted has existed since 1868, when Colonel Wynne and Captain Rowley Conwy re-establshed it, with kennels at Coed Coch. After the Mostyn establishment was given up in 1852, Sir Robert Vaughan kept hounds at Rug, and hunted this side of the country, using the Pengwern kennels. The hounds belonged to the Masters until 1882, when a Hunt Club was formed and purchased the pack.

Secretay: Mrs. R.P. Hughes.

Secretary: Miss A. Spiller

Secretary: P. Hoyle



This listing is in the following categories:
Clwyd /
Denbighshire /
Flintshire /

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