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NEXT RUN (Wednesday, 06/07/22): The Ebdon Arms, Lilac Way, Wick St Lawrence, near Weston-super-Mare BS22 9WE. Full list HERE.

 

"REBORE"

Our fellow-hasher and friend Tony "Rebore" Bishop died suddenly on 26th June 2021, a great shock to all who knew him. He was an enthusiastic and very regular hasher, but more importantly was a popular and much-loved character. Also, he could talk the hind legs off a donkey. Many hashers remember his friendly, approacheable, personality. He ran with all the local clubs, up to the week before his death, and will leave a large, very quiet, hole in the lives of local hashers and among his wide circle of family and friends.
 

HHH ello, and a warm welcome to the Bogs of Somerset Hash House Harriers' (Bogs H3) web site. Our inaugural run was held on Wednesday, 6th December 2006, from the Strode Leisure Centre, Strode Road, Clevedon. Hare (and founder) was Joe Deep Throat Norman, formerly of Geneva Hash.

Runs are usually about four miles long (although keener "hashers" can go further) and take place from carefully-selected pubs in north-west Somerset on Wednesday evenings and some Saturday afternoons. Fitness is NOT a pre-requisite and sociability and friendship takes priority over competitiveness. See the RUN LIST for future venues.

See "What IS Hashing?" in the panel on left for what Hashing is all about, and also visit the sites of the many other clubs in the area, and throughout the world. All ages and sexes are welcome. We look forward to seeing you!


"ARRANGING A BOGS HASH - ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW AND DO!"
Hash Titles: who does what in the Hash (.PDF file).
The Geneva Convention - how they do it in Switzerland (.PDF file).
How to set a trail (.PDF file).

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