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||22 miles from east to west and 19 miles from north to south and is roughly bisected by the river Waveney. Requires horse that will jump ditches.
||Pack began as foxhounds privately by the Freestone family.
After the mastership of Sir Savile Crossley, Bt (later Lord Somerleyton) 1881-1888 the Earl of Stradbroke purchased them, and they took the title of the Henham Harriers.
In 1954 the Henham were reorganised as the Waveney Valley and in 1960 they became as in their early days, the Waveney Harriers. The pack registered with the MFHA in 2004 having obviously been registered with the AMHB
||Last update sent by Karen Davison-White on 28th October 2008
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