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Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire Hunt

Tel: 07503 188190

About This Hunt

Hunt Country The country lies almost entirely in Renfrewshire; the well fenced grass country which is now hunted is good scenting and provides good sport. It adjoins the Eglinton to the south. Best Centres: Beith, Kilmalcolm, Houston, Bowfield, Neilston.

Hunt History Records show that this country was hunted by the Glasgow Hounds and the Robertson Hunt as early as 1771. In 1844 Mr. Cunninghame kept a pack at Craigends, near Johnstone. The late Lord Glasgow hunted Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire, and part of Ayrshire. The country as at present has existed since the earlier part of the 19th century but Lanarkshire is not hunted now owing to the development of minerals.

Secretary: N.B. Oliver.

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