Previous runs

Run 1839 – Thursday 22nd July ~ South Kenton

Hare – Wacker

This week’s run will start from The Windermere, Windermere Ave, HA9 8QT Map Link. The nearest station is South Kenton which is on the Bakerloo Line and the London Overground. Hashers coming from South of the river can use the London Overground from Clapham Junction or Richmond, changing at Willesden Junction. The pub is very close to the station but the Hare will no doubt put in a P arrow or two pointing in its direction. The run will start at 19.15 hours from the pub and this will be a group (not staggered) start. Hashers will be able to leave their bag at the pub during the run. As it will be hot the long trail is under 5 miles. There will not be a drink stop. There may be food after the run but this cannot be guaranteed as it will depend on available staff at the pub on the day. The pub has a large garden and plenty of outdoor space.

With the lifting of many Covid restrictions registration for West London runs is no longer mandatory but is still encouraged as it gives the Hare an indicative pack size in advance to advise the pub and registration has been useful to the Hash Cash as an aid to keeping stats and collecting subs so if you plan to come on this run please register ASAP by clicking on This Link

Run 1838 – Thursday 15th July ~ North Sheen

Hare – KMA

Registration is required for all participants in West London runs during the current pandemic. If you plan to come on this run please register ASAP by using This Link

This run will start from The Mitre pub, 20 St Mary’s Grove, Richmond-Upon-Thames TW9 1UY. Map Link. the nearest station is North Sheen, mainline station and there will be a trail of chalk P arrows from there to help you find the pub. This pub is also about fifteen minutes walk from Richmond station which is served by the District line, as well as mainline services from both Waterloo and North London. There will be no P trail from Richmond station to the pub, use the Map Link if you are unfamiliar with the area. The pub will provide a covered area in their beer garden where we can leave our bags during the run, though this will not be secured. It will be group start at 1900 hours. Runners starting on or after this time should mark checks through when they have been called. There will not be a drink stop on trail but plenty of space will be booked for us at the Mitre to enjoy their fine selection of real ales and craft beers after the run.

Run 1837 – Thursday 8th July ~ Northfields

Hare – Ryde

Registration is required for all participants in West London runs during the current pandemic. If you plan to come on this run please register ASAP by using This link 

This week’s run will start from The Forester, 2 Leighton Road, Ealing, London W13 9EP map link. The nearest station is Northfields Tube on the Piccadilly Line and there will be a trail of chalk P arrows from that station to help you find the pub. It will be a staggered start, runners should start between 18.45 and 19.00 hours, walkers can start any time after 18.30. Runners starting after 18.50 should mark through checks when they are called. The Pub will provide bag storage, speak to the staff about this if the Hare is not available. Please do not start any earlier than the above times as the Hare will be setting the trail alone and it would put her under undue pressure.

There will be drink stop on trail which will not be open before 19.30 hours and the Hare has booked tables for at least 24 Hashers in the public bar of the Foresters for after run drinks. Hashers who would prefer to drink in the open air are free to make their own arrangements with the pub to book a table in their Garden.

Run 1836 – Thursday 1st July ~ North Sheen

Hare – Butt Plug

Registration is required for all participants in West London runs during the current pandemic. If you plan to come on this run please register ASAP by using This link .

The run will start from The Mitre pub, 20 St Mary’s Grove, Richmond-Upon-Thames TW9 1UY. Map Link. The pub will provide an area where we can leave our bags during the run. It will be a staggered start, so leave your bag and run, the start window is 18.45 to 19.00 hours for runners, walkers can start from 18.30 hours. Runners leaving after 18.50 hours should mark through checks, as the Hare will not be going round with the pack. There will be a drink stop, this will not open until 19.30 hours, in fact it will not even be marked before then so runners who start too early may miss it altogether. The Hare advises that the trail will be around four miles in length.

The nearest station is North Sheen, mainline South Western railways, and there will be a trail of chalk P arrows from there to help you find the pub. It is also accessible from Richmond station, about fifteen minutes walk, no P trail. Richmond is on the Waterloo and North London Mainline services as well as the District line tube.

Run 1835 – Thursday 24th June ~ Putney Heath

Hare – Ms Bean

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This week’s run will start from outside the Green Man pub, Wildcroft Road, Putney Heath, London SW15 3NG Map Link. The will be a trail of chalk P arrows from Putney mainline station to help you find this pub, which is also accessible from East Putney Tube, and around fifteen minute walk from either station, or there are plenty of buses that go up Putney Hill to the Heath. There will be no bag drop at the pub, run with what you bring. It will be a staggered start, runners should start from the pub between 18.45 and 1900 hours, walkers can start from 18.30 hours. There will be a drink stop on trail and after run drinks at the Green Man, where the Hare has reserved twenty places for us.

Run 1834 – Thursday 17th June ~ Wimbledon

Hare – No Foreplay

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This week’s run will start from outside Wimbledon station (main entrance) which is on both the District Line and the Mainline. There will be no bag drop, run with what you bring, runners should start between 18.45 and 1900 hours, walkers can start from 18.30 hours onward.  There will be a drink stop which will not open until 19.30 (this will be strictly enforced by the GM aka the Hare).  The trail is approximately 8km long.  The trail will be marked on trees as well as on the ground (so please look up).  There are short cut possibilities but these will not be marked.  If you need a map so you can short cut please e-mail the GM using the website Contact Form by the end of Wednesday at the latest.  

The on after will be on the green area alongside the Crooked Billet Road at the edge of the Common Map Link where deckchairs have been provided by the local pub.  Takeaway beers can be sourced from the nearby pubs (Crooked Billet and Hand in Hand).       
If cycling / driving you may want to consider leaving your bike / car near the end point (the Crooked Billet) which is 2km from the station.  For those taking public transport don’t worry it is downhill to get back to the station.

Run 1833 – Thursday 10th June ~ Greenford

Hare – Yorky Porky

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This week’s run will start from outside Greenford station which is on both the Central Line and the Mainline. There will be no bag drop, run with what you bring, runners should start between 18.45 and 1900 hours, walkers can start from 18.30 hours onward. Runners who start too early are liable to catch up with the Hare. There will be a drink stop.

The on after pub is The Black Horse, 425 Oldfield Lane Greenford UB6 0AS Map Link , where four tables have been reserved for us from 2000 hours. Greenford station is a 10 minute walk from the pub.

Run 1832 – Thursday 3rd June ~ Bermondsey

Hare – Stayover

Registration is required for all participants in West London runs during the current pandemic. If you plan to come on this run please register ASAP by using This Link.

In accordance with our anti-Covid protocols it will be a staggered start from outside Bermondsey tube station (Jubilee line) Map Link, runners start between 18.45-19.00 hours, walkers from 18.30 hours. There will be no bag drop, run with what you bring. The hare has promised us a drink stop (hopefully a drink stop with a difference)! The trail will finish at The Rose Pub. The pub is 400m from an entrance to London Bridge station (Jubilee line and mainline trains).

The Rose, 123 Snowsfields, London. SE1 3ST
0207 403 0168
http://www.therosepublichouse.co.uk/


Advice from the hare:
NO NEED TO BOOK. Plenty space for TAKEAWAY PINTS outside . FAST SERVICE FROM THE BAR. NO APPS needed!!! And we can all happily MILL AROUND TOGETHER OUTSIDE THE FRONT OF THE PUB, without being sat at indoor tables waiting forever to get served. There are outdoor benches out the front, slightly sheltered. But feel free to book a table if you want (they have a few and the food is excellent).
NB it is NOT the rose and crown, it’s the Rose.
Also the Horseshoe Inn is right there, which is a hash favourite and can be booked by email. info@thehorseshoeinnpub.co.uk

Run 1831 – Thursday 27th May ~ Teddington

Hare – Dunny Penny

Registration is required for all participants in West London runs during the current pandemic. If you plan to come on this run please register ASAP by using This Link.

The trail will start from Teddington Lock, near The Anglers pub, Map Link and there will be a trail of chalk P arrows from Teddington station to guide you to the start point. Start on trail any time after 18.30 hours, the faster you run the later you should start. The trail will be 9 km long with shortcuts. Duration: 50 – 60 mins for runners and about the same for SCBs. There will be a drink stop on trail which will be open from 19:20 hours. The Hare has booked a large number of tables for us in the garden of the Anglers from 20:00 hours, this will be about 5 mins walk from the drink drink stop. Entry to the pub will be via top secret password to be revealed in confidence at the drink stop. 

Tips from the Hare: The trail uses a small area, and is will be very tightly marked to take us through some great terrain. There will be few checks to keep you on the best bits of the area. FOLLOW THE TRAIL MARKINGS – especially important in the first 5km / 30 minutes, if you try to be clever and/or use local knowledge to jump across to runners you see in the distance you will not only miss out on some lovely territory but could end up getting very confused and running round in ever decreasing circle until you disappear up your own bum.

 The drink stop is not the main event, please support our local hospitality industry by attending the pub after the run. The Hare may need to adjust our booking according to how many register, so please register ASAP using the above link, we have re-introduced the field on the registration form to indicate whether or not you plan to come to the pub after the run, please use this.

The Hare will be available on the WLH3 runners on trail Whatsapp group from 18:30 to 20:30 to help out the challenged.

Run 1829 – Thursday 13th May ~ Richmond Gate

Hare – Man Magnet

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This week’s run will be Man Magnet’s annual Azalea run. The trail will start from Richmond Gate of Richmond Park Map Link. This is a fifteen minute uphill walk from Richmond Station, alternatively take a 371 bus from outside the station and alight at The American University. Usual anti Covid protocols will apply, no bag drop, run with what you bring, staggered start in groups of up to six. Runners should start at around 19.00 hours, walkers from 18.30 hours. Please do not start early. There will be a drink stop on trail which will not be open until 19.30 hours. After the run we will retire to the Lass Of Richmond Hill Pub Map Link , which has agreed to keep a large number of tables for us in their beer garden to the rear, simply say you are with Ben’s running group and sit in groups of up to six. It is a Young’s pub and you will need to download the Young’s App to order and pay. You will also need the NHS Covid app to check in to the venue. The Lass closes at 2200 hours.