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Hashes start at 11am when it gets too dark for evening runs (mid-September) and 6pm during summer unless otherwise indicated in red

 

Summer starts when the clocks change at the end of March and ends about mid-September.

 

Number Date Time Venue Grid ref Hares On-inn Notes

2143

Mar 08

11:00 am

Thursley Area

slings.cursing.warthog

899378

Yorkie

Dickhead

 

 

NH4 has joined the social networking group Meetup

 

The Swanage Summer Getaway will take place from Friday 19th June to Monday 22nd June 2020.

 

Mountain Rescue has alerted us to this petition. Sign up if you agree - AND WHY WOULDN'T YOU?

Petition to Maintain public access to MOD land in Aldershot

 

 

 

 

Old news lies below the Run List

 

 

Hash List  2020

 

Highlighted hash numbers have photographs and a selection of comments

 

Highlighted runs NEED HARES

 

Deviations from the start time or changes to previously published information are marked in RED

 

It is the hare's responsibility to check that the times, dates and coordinates are correct.

 

Please click on the blue OS reference box in the relevant Hash entry beneath for access to all scales of road map.

Satnavs using postcodes can only be a rough guide as the codes often cover a large area.

The 'three words' location system is also displayed.

From a smart phone, this will give you navigation directions in google map.

 

 

Number

Date

Time

Venue

Grid Ref

SU unless noted

Hares

On-Inn

Notes

               

2140

Feb 16

11:00 am

Gosport Rd., off Winchester Rd., Chawton

 suitable.infants.squabbles

707372

Nettles

Flying Doctor

Weatherspoon, Alton

 Wetherspoon may get busy so the walkers may want to head to the pub early and bag us a table.

2141

Feb 23

11:00 am

The Maultway, Camberley

gallons.inflamed.river

900617

Hanging About

Damp Patch

 

 

2142

Mar 01

11:00 am

Wellington Monument

area.final.affair

853511

No Entry

 

 

2143

Mar 08

11:00 am

Thursley Area

slings.cursing.warthog

899378

Yorkie

Dickhead

 

 

2144

Mar 15

11:00 am

Selborne Arms

ventures.morphing.snowstorm

742335

Seis Matters

Janet'n John

Selborne Arms

 

2145

Mar 22

11:00 am

Old Guildford Road

swear.walking.meaty

901560

Mountain Rescue

Yellow Peril

 

 

2146

Mar 29

6:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

2147

Apr 05

6:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

2148

Apr 10

11:00 am

Good Friday Run

 

 

Dickhead

Flying Doctor

Hippo

 

 

2149

Apr 12

6:00 pm

Easter Sunday Run

 

 

 

 

 

2150

Apr 19

6:00 pm


 

 

 

 

 

2151

Apr 26

6:00 pm

Zebon Copse Sports Ground

799516

Yorkie

Fairy Snow

 

 

2152

May 03

6:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The new committee for 2020 has been elected; it's mainly the old committee plus Yellow Peril. Click HERE for details and HERE for the minutes.

 

FYI for you smartasses that thought that there was a misspelling on the 2000th T-shirt:

Jane Austin (1831 - 1894) was a prolific American authoress who lived in Massachusetts and travelled to New Hampshire.

 

 

There's a Government initiative to get the old folks doing some sort of sport

Shame it didn't work.


 

 

NEWSLETTER #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17

FALSE TRAIL EDITION #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7

Shiggy Scribbles Nov 2013

More photos from Uganda

No Entry's Page of Runs

 Photos from Lisbon HHH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Several observant hashers have been ruminating about the Roman eight where the format of XIIX has been used to represent the number 18. They maintain that the correct format should be XVIII. We had a similar query in 2008 or MMIIX or even MMVIII. Their argument is that IIX is not correct Roman for 8.

 

First of all, on the hash there are no rules.

 

Secondly, the Romans would have used VIII for 8, but they would not have used IX for 9 since subtractive notation was only introduced centuries later; they would have used VIIII. Subtractive notation only became common when clocks were invented in the XIVth century to save space on the clock dial. So, IIX obeys no Roman rules, but it is not prohibited. It is simply an uncommonly used form. However, it has the merits of being symmetrical, XVIII would not fit in the space available and I LIKE IT.