COVID-19. The January 2021 lockdown rules prevent us hashing in the usual groups. However, we want hashers to keep fit and healthy so it is intended that a trail will be available from about 10:30am every Sunday, at the locations below, which can be followed individually, or in twos, for as long as it remains in place. There will be fewer, or no, checks. Do not travel with anyone other than members of your own household and keep within your local area.
To ensure safe separation of individuals and pairs, pre-book your start time in the Pod Booking App by clicking this button:
If you happen to arrive at the same time as others please ensure that you accompany no more than one other person. Also check our facebook page and WhatsApp group to keep up with what's going on.
Saturday, 19 June: BH3 hosts The World-Famous Hotwells Twenty.
Saturday, 7 August: Saddle up for Lunchi's bike ride. Weather guaranteed.
30th November: St Andrew's Day.
Contact No Shirt to set a run.
Hares! Please report any poorly-maintained footpaths to Travelog, email@example.com, at The Open Spaces Society.
First timers: to try "hashing", simply come to one of the above venues with some scruffy running gear. Also, try to read the very small print below. If you can't, click here. Don't be late - we start on time! First runs are free (a small charge - currently £1.50 - is made thereafter, membership also available, see below).
Hash-style runs are usually, but not exclusively, held on public land, footpaths, or roads. No guarantee can be made that this is always the case if, for instance: public footpaths are not clearly marked either in situ or on maps; the ownership of the land is uncertain; any other reason. Each runner is free to decide whether or not to follow the marked course. It is the responsibility of each participant to ensure his or her own safety and the safety of others, including non-participants, livestock and wildlife. Dogs are the responsibility of their owners/keepers. Children under sixteen years must be accompanied by, and are the responsibility of, their parents or carers. Each "hash" covers a different location and route, and is run without marshals or other officials. "Hash House Harriers" defines a style of social jogging and is not a legal entity.