Warwick Hash House Harriers
Bringing the weekly hash to the county of Warwickshire
Next Run (#197): Monday, June 27th from The Jug & Jester, Leamington Spa, CV31 3AF
We're closing in on run #200 and you should all, hopefully, have registered with Átame.
Full details, and last chance contact details for those who haven't registered yet, of the event of the year.
When do we meet?
The Warwick Hash House Harriers meet every Monday evening, at 7:00pm, come rain or shine (or very occasionally on Tuesday evening, when Monday is a public holiday).
If you can't wait until then, or you have other commitments on Mondays, then consider joining one of the other local chapters:
- Bicester HHH
- Birmingham Hash House Harriers (BH3)
- Harbury Hash
- Malvern Hash House Harriers
- Spa Hash House Harriers
- Wyre Forest Hash House Harriers
During winter, you might consider bringing along a portable torch but this is not a requirement.
Where do we meet?
We rotate between the following venues such that (during Summer):
- The 1st Monday of the month - The Old Fourpenny Shop Hotel, Warwick, CV34 6HJ
- The 2nd Monday of the month - The Cottage Inn, Kenilworth, CV8 2GD
- The 3rd Monday of the month - The Cape of Good Hope, Warwick, CV34 5DP
- The 4th Monday of the month - The Jug & Jester, Leamington Spa, CV31 3AF
We may change this list over time, but we'll update these details if/when we do!
Who are we?
Hashing has been described as a “drinking club with a running problem”.
More specifically, it is social jogging for the unfit, slightly fit and nearly fit. Runs are typically three to four miles and are laid using plain flour, in advance, by one or more “hares”, usually following roads, lanes or footpaths. There are “checks” every half mile, or less, where better runners can run further in endeavouring to find the correct path, and lesser runners can have a rest. Hashing is not a race, the aim is that because of “checks” and “false trails”, all the runners finish at about the same time.
Runs usually start and end at a pub, and it is customary for “hashers” to take advantage of the facilities offered after the run. Dress is usually scruffy running gear (trainers, shorts/tracksuit, T-shirt) as it can be muddy.
If you'd like to try hashing, just turn up at one of the forthcoming runs or, for confirmation of venue/other details, see the Contact section below.
For more details - check out the UK Hash House Harriers description.
If you want to contact somebody before visiting, please feel free to e-mail the “Grand Master”, Átame (send to firstname.lastname@example.org, if the link doesn't work for you).