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About This Hunt
Hunt Country The country lies in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, and is a fairly flat, plough country of about 18 by 11 miles, purely agricultural and largely untouched by urbanisation. Adjacent Hunts: the Cambridgeshire Hunt to the west, the Puckeride to the south west, the Essex and East Essex to the sourth, and the Suffolk Hunt to the east.
Hunt History Hunting in the Thurlow country dates back to the Stuart kings. The first Master of whom much is known was a Mr. James Paton, 1770-1800. Squire Osbaldston hunted it in 1822, at which time it included much of the present Suffolk country. In 1884 the present country was formed as the Newmarket and Thurlow which continued until 1970 when it was amalgamated with the Puckeridge. In 1992, that amalgamation came to an end and the Thurlow reverted to its original name.
Secretary: Mrs. P.D. Thomas, Mrs. S. Sheppard
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