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Clinkard Meon Valley Beagles

Hunt type: Beagles
Areas: Hampshire
Country: England
Contact information may be out of date so has been hidden.
Hunt country: South East Hampshire, Based between Alton and Portsmouth
History: Amalgamation of the Clinkard (formally the Aldershot) and the Meon Valley Beagles in May 2003
Private pack, 52 hounds in kennels

Meon Valley history.

The Meon Valley Beagles were started by Mrs Vivian and others immediately after the Second World War. Part of the present country was previously hunted by the Gosport & Fareham Beagles which are thought to have been initially founded by the Hampshire Regiment in the 1850s.

They were later taken over by the Royal Marine Light Infantry, but the pack was predominantly civilian by the 1920s. This pack seems to have ceased to hunt by the start of the Second World War.

For most of their early years they were kennelled at Peel Common near Fareham.

The Meon Valley Beagles have been kennelled near Hambledon since their inception.

Most (but not all) of their country is south of the A272.
Clinkard Meon Valley Beagles web site
Last update sent by Bridget Warren on 16th January 2006

Please note the position of the marker above is only intended as a rough guide to the location of the hunt country.
It does not show the location of the kennels, or the homes of any of the subscribers, officials or staff of the hunt.

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