Next Hashes

  • Hash 1165 - 17/10/18

  • Horse and Groom - Bittaford

    Hare: Meatywhore
    Hare:
    RA:
    Scribe:
    Dogs?: On Lead At Times
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  • Hash 1166 - 24/10/18

  • The Volunteer - Yealmpton

    Hare: Ah-so
    Hare: Sushi
    RA:
    Scribe:
    Dogs?: On Lead At Times
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  • Hash 1167 - 31/10/18

  • Totnes RFC - Totnes

    Hare: Squashed Balls
    Hare: -
    RA: Who ever gets back!
    Scribe: -
    Dogs?: On Lead At Times
  • _________

The South Hams Hash House Harriers (SH4) run every Wednesday rain or shine, daylight or pitch black, every week of the year. We meet at 7:30pm, normally at a South Hams pub.  New members and visitors are always welcome. We are a very social running group – the oft quoted description of Hashes as “Clubs for Drinkers with a Running Problem” certainly applies to us.

The idea of Hashing is that the pack follow a (normally) pre-laid route over as much off road trail as possible. If there’s mud and water involved, so much the better.  A good Hash will have different routes (splits) to allow Hashers of differing speeds to reach the end at a similar time so it’s quite an inclusive activity.

SH4 caters for everyone, from young children to octogenarians and anyone from fast walkers to dedicated runners. There is always at least one “long/short split” where less athletic Hashers can take the “short” option and the more athletic can “go long”.

If you’d like to join us, just turn up – see our Events Calendar for where to go.  Your first run is free. After that it’s £1 a run or £40 a calendar year..

In addition to Wednesday nights, the South Hams Hash enjoys a regular social scene including weekend events and irregular informal cycle rides under the POSH (Pedalbashers Of South Hams) banner.

Post Xmas Hash Bash 2019- 8th to 10th February 2019

SUMMER IS OVER AND XMAS IS FAST APPROACHING!!! AND WHEN THAT'S DONE YOU HAVE OUR POST XMAS BASH TO LOOK FORWARD TO!!! Deposits Needed ASAP as the Social Committee need to work out which room to put Rubbery in. .......Seriously there is a lot of organising to do so...

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Hasher’s Hashes Hashed page updated

We've just updated the format of the Hasher's Hashes Hashed page to feed from a spreadsheet rather than typing it up all of the time. Please make sure you say hi to the Hon Sec/s in the pub after the Hash to make sure they record your Hash. Eventually this page will...

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Red Dress Run – May 2nd 2018

In celebration of esteemed SH4 Hash Grandee Goolie's 70th Birthday, this Hash will be a Red Dress Hash. Ideally everyone should wear a Red Dress, if you can't stretch to this (or your Red Dress can't stretch to you!) anything Red will be great. All Hashers are welcome...

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Give No Quarter

The vast majority of Hashers now pay Annually at the start of each Hash year during early January.  A few pay on a Weekly basis.  However, the number of Quarterly Payers has steadily declined in recent years and according to Hash Cash Dim Witt, there's now just a...

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Keep Fido Under Control

At this evening's Committee Meeting it was reported that a few Hashers have become frustrated with Dogs running in front of them causing them to trip or stumble.  Apparently this is often made worse by the long thin retractable leads that are especially hard to see...

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SH4 Strava Club And Run Names

If you use Strava, you may like to know that there's an SH4 Strava Club . It's open to paid up SH4 members. Strava can't yet distinguish between personal runs and Club Runs so it's be great if you could edit your run name to Hash xxxx rather than leaving it as...

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SH4’s 19th Anniversary

A quick date check shows that SH4 has been making a Hash of it for 19 years today!  From that inaugural meeting outside the Tourist Information Centre in Kingsbridge on May 6th 1998, SH4 has completed 1,080 Hashes and quite probably drank a fair amount of beer as well!

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