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Virtual run theme-Thursday 21 January

All West London runs will be suspended during the current National Lock Down, and until the anti Covid regulations are relaxed to an extent that allows them to resume. Annual memberships will be extended for the period during which we are unable to run. In the meanwhile we invite our members to do their own run, local to their home, at any time on Thursdays, our regular run day, and take photos during their run to post on our Whatsapp chat group along a set theme. The theme for this week’s photo challenge, which has been chosen by Call Girl is Graffiti , take a picture based on this theme and post it on the WLH3 WhatsApp group. Points awarded for the most artistic and the most creative use of graffiti. Hashers strictly forbidden from creating their own! No Zoom circle this week, but next Monday is Burns night, so a Zoom circle and photo theme with a Scottish flavour is a strong possibility for next Thursday.

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Thursday 9 April

We cannot of course hold any real Hash runs at the moment, but we will hold another virtual circle this Thursday evening at 20.30 hours . Click on This Link to join in the circle. The meeting will be open from 20.15 hours.

Our hare for the evening will be KMA.

Those of you who have not already installed the Zoom app on your device may wish to Install Zoom in advance, not strictly necessary but might save time on the night. Please observe the following points of etiquette for our Zoom circles.
  • Keep your microphone muted until you wish to speak, otherwise the call will be drowned out by a mush of background noise.
  • If an RA is in evidence, please wait until you are called on to respond before unmuting your mic.
  • If you wish to attract the RA’s attention use the ‘raise hand’ button in Zoom to indicate that you want to speak  (similar to placing your glass on your head in the Circle).
  • If you wish to make a particular point of order to the RA, use the chat feature in Zoom.
  • Seek permission from the RA or session administrator before sharing your screen with the group.

Brandenburg Christmas concert online on 16th and 17th December

Pyles and Hands On are in a Brandenburg Christmas concert online on 16th and 17th December via Zoom there are concerts at 2pm and 5.30 on the 16th and 2pm and 7.30 on the 17th. They will bee singing Berlioz The Shepherds Farewell, and one or two other pieces as well as carols for choir and audience.

The pre-recorded musical content will include familiar audience carols singing along with the Brandenburg Camino Choir as well as Christmas-related music and a few more unusual carol settings by the professional choir of St Bartholomew the Great. Instrumental support will include the organ, piano, harp and trumpet. The programme will be interspersed with seasonal readings.

Delivery will be via Zoom. (no technical knowledge required – just click on the link supplied).

A pdf programme will be supplied to be printed at home together with tips to enhance the quality of audio delivery in the home.

In the interval concert-goers can come off mute, mingle, drink a mulled wine (recipe supplied) and nibble a mince pie. This will take place in small breakout rooms, each hosted by a member of the Brandenburg Team to create a genuine social event.

Tickets available at http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/Brandenburg-camino If you use the discount code CAMINO then they will be just £5

More details available at https://www.brandenburg.org.uk/christmas