All West London Hash House Harriers’ runs are suspended for the duration of the anti-Covid 19 lockdown. The mismanagement will review the situation as the lockdown approaches its scheduled end on 2 December. Annual membership will be extended for the period we are unable to organise runs.
To take place in Uganda in the cities of Kampala and Jinja, for more details see their website https://pahkampala2021.com/
Hursley H3 Would like to invite all WLH3 Hashers to their 30th Birthday weekend on 15th to 17th May 2020 camping in the beautiful New Forest near Lymington. Registration is now live on their website http://hursleyh3.co.uk or you can print off an old fashioned rego & post it along with payment. Reg costs £70/head until end of Dec, then goes up more details on their website.
Not a Hash event but a running, camping and music festival, taking place 22-24th May 2020 at Windsor Great Park. The festival plays host to top talent and running legends and invites you to enjoy a weekend of running like no other – from timed races including a 2.5k, 3k, 5k, 10k and half marathon to suit every ability, through to madness and mayhem with our Fun Run, Neon Night Run and all new for 2020: -The Party Run! More details available here and some videos from last years event here. Tickets go on sale on the 25th September at 8am
Whilst we all know what a great bunch we are, it is worth reflecting on the perception of bar staff and locals on having their pub invaded by a lot of sweaty people in running gear and maintain good public relations by:-
-Not changing in public bar areas before or after runs (not even your T shirt!).
-Moderating our language with regard to who may be within earshot.
-Considerate use of toilets e.g. not keeping them engaged for excessive lengths of time while we change.
-Minimizing the amount of mud we bring back into the pub after off -road runs.
–When we return from the run the bar staff will be very busy, and this is may not be a good time to start demanding access to bags, so take the means of paying for your first drink with you on the run.
-Engaging with locals and being considerate of them.
-Not congregating where we are blocking the natural flow of the pub.
-Being courteous towards bar staff and exercise patience, even if we overwhelm them a bit at times. And remember to thank them at the end of the evening.
-Consider the pub’s reputation with its neighbours, don’t allow outside circles to become too noisy, e.g. don’t chat in the background when the RA is performing, or go on too long, and leave the pub quietly