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Jed Forest Hunt

Tel: 01835 840337

About This Hunt

Hunt Country The country, which occupies some 15 miles by 7, is the smallest of the Scottish Hunt countries, and lies in Roxburghshire. Its boundaries are the rivers Teviot and Slitrig with the Roman Road, Dere Street, to the east. The terrain is mixed with a proportion of arable, but it is mainly upland and white hill. Forestry has become a big problem with large tracts of land planted up annually. Best centres: Jedburgh and Hawick. Adjacent Hunts: the Duke of Buccleuch, the Border and the Liddesdale.

Hunt History The Hunt dates from 1884, and the country as now constituted has existed since 1894, when a portion of the Oxnam water country was granted by the Duke of Buccleuch, of whose territory it is still held to be part.

Secretary: Mrs. L. Pole

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