Run Number 1815 – Thursday 8th October – Southwark (A to B)

Hare : Stayover

“A” is the exit from Southwark Tube Station Map Link. Anyone not liking the tube can walk to Southwark tube from Waterloo in 3 mins station.

There will not be a bag drop, run with what you bring. Do not wait for the pack to congregate but set off when you turn up, any time between 18.30 and 19.30

“B” is The Rose pub 123 Snowsfields SE1 3ST Map link . 0207 403 0168 Pub Web Site

The Rose is close to London Bridge station and tube.

At the Rose there are 2 options –

Option 1 – book a table in advance for a group of 6 or less, by phone or on their web site

Option 2 – purchase a pint (or whatever) from whatever is on tap, in a plastic glass as a takeaway and drink it on the street outside the pub. There are a few little booths set within park benches right opposite – which punters utilise for beer drinking purposes. So it’s a nice place to drink outside if wrapped up warm. No mingling beyond 6.

If people prefer to book their group of 6 elsewhere, there is also the Horseshoe Inn Map Link and web site nearby . It is more into track and trace apps and table service etc.

The Rose was the first in the locality to open (using the takeaway concept) after lockdown, so has become a favourite. NB this is not the Rose and Crown. It’s the Rose.

It West London H3 require pre registration for all their runs at this time, so if you are coming you should register using by this link.

Please observe all anti-covid social distancing rules and avoid gathering in groups of more than six throughout the evening.

1 thought on “Run Number 1815 – Thursday 8th October – Southwark (A to B)

  1. Philip Hogg

    “A” is the exit from Southwark Tube Station. (Only 1 exit) (Anyone not liking the tube can walk from Waterloo in 3 mins to Southwark tube station.)

    • “B” is the Rose pub 123 Snowsfields SE1 3ST. 0207 403 0168 http://www.therosepublichouse.co.uk/ v

    The Rose is v close to London Bridge station and tube.

    At the Rose there are 2 options –

    Option 1 – book a table in advance for your 6, by phone or on the website;

    Option 2 – purchase a pint (or whatever) from whatever is on tap, in a plastic glass as a takeaway and drink it on the street outside the pub. There are a few little booths set within park benches right opposite – which punters utilise for beer drinking purposes. So it’s a nice place to drink outside if wrapped up warm. No mingling beyond 6.

    If people prefer to book their group of 6 elsewhere, there is also the Horseshoe pub right there. It is more into track and trace apps and table service etc etc.

    The Rose was the first in the locality to open (using the takeaway concept) after lockdown, so has become oa favourite.

    NB this is not the Rose and Crown. It’s the Rose.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.