Brocklesby Foxhounds

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Contact Details

Primary Contact Mrs. K. Pickering MFH
Prefered Contact Email: adair1@btinternet.com
Website TBC
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Hunt Details

Hunt Type: Foxhounds
Hound Breed: Old English
Hunt Quarry: TBC
Areas: North East Lincs
Kennel Address: The Kennels Brocklesby Park Grimsby North East Lincolnshire DN41 8PJ Tel: 01469 561413
Counties: North East Lincs
Primary Country: England
Secondary Country: TBC

Master(s)

Name:Paul D F Strawson
Start Year:1998
Address:Ulceby Grange, Wootton Road, Ulceby, North Lincs DN39 7TD Tel: 01469 588920 Mob: 07989 531445 Email: p.strawson@btinternet.com
Notes:None
Name:Mrs Karen Pickering
Start Year:2009
Address:Hillgarth Farm, Ulceby, North Lincs DN39 6TT Tel: 01469 588192 Mob: 07989 442981 Email: adair1@btinternet.com
Notes:None
Name:L. R. (Ross) Fenwick
Start Year:2014
Address:Long Fosse House, Beelsby, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN37 0TW Tel: 01472 371527 Mob: 07802 661333 Email: fenwickross@gmail.com
Notes:None
Name:George W Sanderson
Start Year:2006
Address:The Nurseries, Brocklesby, Grimsby, North East Lincs DN41 8PW Tel: 01469 560243 Mob: 07970 126315 Email: george@sandersongreen.co.uk
Notes:None
Name:Charles, The Earl of Yarborough
Start Year:1991
Address:Brocklesby Park, North East Lincs DN41 8FB Tel: 01469 560242 Email: yarboroughc@aol.com
Notes:None

Former Master(s)

Name:Charles Pelham, -1763 1st Lord Yarborough, 1763-1816 1st Earl of Yarborough, 1816-46 2nd Earl of Yarborough, 1846-62 3rd Earl of Yarborough, 1862-75 Countess of Yarborough during the 4th Earls minority, 1875-80 Sir Charles Wiggin, 1921-25 Lord Conyers, 1925-28 Capt Jaffray, 1928-32 4th Earl of Yarborough, 1880-36 5th Earl of Yarborough, 1936-48 J E M Patrick, 1954-62, 6th Earl of Yarborough, 1948-66 Countess of Yarborough, 1959-66 L Kirkby, 1963-79 C D Dawson 1978-87 7th Earl of Yarborough, 1967-91 M F Strawson, 1984-92 S N Burt, 1987-92 R A Baillie, 1991-2000 Mrs C G Sanderson, 1992-2003 L P Kirkby, 2000-2009 M N Burt, 2003-2009
Start Year:N/A
End Year:N/A
Notes:

Huntsman

Name:Mr. Joe Tesseyman
Start Year:2019
End Year:N/A
Address:Mob: 07884 397587. Email: j.tesseyman@brocklesby.co.uk
Notes:

Former Huntsmen

Name:J Goode
Start Year:1997
End Year:2012
Address:TBC
Notes:None
Name:Gareth Bow
Start Year:2012
End Year:2019
Address:TBC
Notes:None

Kennel Huntsmen

Name:TBC

Whippers-in

Name:(2011) Andrew Higgins
Start Year:N/A
End Year:N/A
Address:
Notes:

Secretary

Name:Jo Dixon
Start Year:2021
End Year:N/A
Address:
Notes:

Chairman

Name:TBC

President

Name:TBC

Other Roles

Role:No Additonal Roles

Other Previous Roles

Role:Secretary
Name:Mrs Helen Faulding
Start Year:2013
End Year:2019
Notes:None
Role:Secretary
Name:Mrs. Julie Broughton
Start Year:2019
End Year:2021
Notes:None

Other Information

Affiliations: MFHA
Subscription: Apply to Hon Secs.
Meet: Wednesday and Saturday.
Season: Season
Uniform: Evening Dress: Red, white waistcoat, Hunt buttons.
Other Notes: Follows the provisions of the 2004 Hunting Act In the year

History of the Hunt

Start Year: 1700
End Year: N/A
History: In 1713, Sir John Tyrwhitt, Mr. C. Pelham, and Mr. Robert Vyner came to an arrangement that each lot of foxhounds kept by them should be united so as to form one pack, and that their interests in the same should be divided. In all there were thirty-two hounds, or sixteen couples, and the gentlemen named hunted the country Brocklesby from 1 714, though the hunt was first founded about 1700. At a later date two gentlemen retired, and Mr. Pelham and his family continued to hunt the country. See History of the Brocklesby Hounds, 1700-1901 by Geo. E. Collins (Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd., 1902), Brocklesby Hound Lists, 1746-1903 (1904), and 2nd vol 1904-25 (1926), by Geo. E. Collins (The Field Press); also see Life of a Great Sportsman (J. Maunsell Richardson) by Mary E. Richardson (Vinton & Co.).

Hunt Country

Hunt Country: The country which is in Lincolnshire runs from the Humber Estuary to Market Rasen. The terrain is mainly arable, with some grass and very attractive wold and woodland, particularly on Brockelsby Estate. Set-aside has had a noticeably positive effect on the availability of land and it is probable that the introduction of a Nitrate Sensitive area over much of the country may open up still more grassland. Good fast runs can be expected on the open wold country. Obstacles are mostly over hunt jumps with some natural country and dykes. It is possible to get round without jumping. Three-quarters to thoroughbred is the best type of horse. The Brocklesby now hunt two days a week. Best centres: Grimsby; Caistor, in the heart of the country; Brigg on the west, and Great Limber.

Updated

Last Updated: 2020-11-30 17:29:22
Reason for update: N/A
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