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Welcome to the website of the North Norfolk Harriers. 

The site has lots of information about us, about coming hunting with us, and about the events, social and equestrian, that we organize.

The pack was formed by Lord Suffield in 1871 and has had a continuous history since then, the names of many Norfolk families appearing regularly in the lists of past masters.   The only hiatus was during the 2nd World War, but the masters at the time, Sir Thomas and Lady Cook,  registered a private pack, for the duration.  After the war the North Norfolk pack started up again and was eventually amalgamated with the Sennowe Park Harriers and hounds are today kept at their old kennels. The North Norfolk Harriers are the only pack of West Country Harriers in East Anglia.  Major Baillie of Melton Constable introduced the breed in the 1950’s as he believed the hounds, which are predominately white (Lemon), would show up well on our Norfolk plough.  This is indeed true, although it has been known for a flock of seagulls to be mistaken for the pack by those in the field who are      getting on in years.


Regrettably the beach ride tomorrow is CANCELLED. Due the forecast for very high winds tomorrow, the Holkham Estate have closed Lady Ann's Drive for parking. Understandably due to the forecast winds, and like many other events that have been cancelled across the country this Saturday, it is a sensible decision to cancel, though we're very sorry disappoint anyone who was planning on going. However, there are still three more rides coming up with the NNH, which everyone is welcome to join! The two hound rides 17 August at Salle and 24 August at Gunton Park and a pleasure ride at How Hill on 22 September. Full details of all these rides will be sent in the coming days. [09/08/19]
Please be reminded that all horses attending all ridden events with the NNH must have current vaccinations to the most up to date veterinary advice. Equine Influenza is still prevalent and we really don't wish to have to cancel days hunting or pleasure rides due to an outbreak that could be avoided. (Therefore boosters within the past six months). This is a timely opportunity if your horse has been turned away since the end of the last season to check your passports and bring vaccinations up to date before the start of the hunting season.Masters will undertake spot checks at all events so please ensure that you travel with your passports. [05/08/19]
Do you want to ride around the lovely Sennowe Estate? Why not join Simon on Saturday 3rd August and do 6-7 miles over 1.5 hours with refreshments after! [01/08/19]
Don't forget the West Country Cream Teas on Sunday at the Kennels. Aldult £15 Child £5 please contact Frances melton at [01/08/19]
Final call and gental reminder about the Holkham Beach ride. Do please go if you can, it will be a lovely ride and BBQ, everyone welcome!! Please contact Anne Green and look at the flyer posted in the members events section to confirm attendance [22/07/19]
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