This week’s run will be from the The Prince of Wales pub, 73 Dalling Road, London W6 0JD Map Link. The nearest station is Ravenscourt Park Tube station and there will be a trail of chalk P arrows from there to help you find this pub. The run will start from the pub at our usual time of 19.15 hours
There will be a Hallowe’en theme, so dress spookily.
There will be a drink stop, with a variety of beer in cans, so you won’t need collapsible cups.
The pub is happy to store bags, but not securely, so if anyone isn’t running it might be a good idea to have a volunteer mind the bags.
The hares have booked the outside garden area for afterwards, which according to SA ‘should be warm enough as they have those heater buttons in the booths as well as a large flame unit in the middle’.
This week’s run will be from The Fulham Mitre, 81 Dawes Road, SW6 7DU, Map Link, 8 minutes walk from Fulham Broadway tube station (District Line, Wimbledon Branch) and there will be a trail of chalk P arrows from that station to help you find the pub. The run will start from the pub at our usual time of 19.15 hours and the pub will look after our bags for its duration.
There will be a G&T drink stop, so bring a cup, and bring a torch.
This week’s run will be from the The Old Pack Horse, 434 Chiswick High Rd, Chiswick, London W4 5TF Map Link . The nearest station is Chiswick Park on the District line and there will be a trail of chalk P arrows from that station to help you find the pub, which is also accessible from Gunnersbury station on the Overground and District line. The run will start from the pub at our usual time of 19.15 hours and the pub is expected to provide unsecured bags storage for its duration.
Say “goodbye” to the Hare as he returns to Houston, Texas, USA and bring a collapsible cup for a drink stop!
This week’s run will be from The Adelaide, 57 Teddington Park Rd, Teddington TW11 0AU Map Link. The nearest station is Teddington mainline and there will be a trail of chalk P arrows from the western exit of the station to guide you to the pub. The run will start from the pub at our usual time of 19.15 hours and the pub will store our bags for its duration.
Pre-registration is encouraged for all those attending West London’s runs, if you are coming on this run please register by clicking on This Link.
The various Hash Social Sex have put their heads together and now have a great venue lined up for a night full of music and dancing (DJ), games, prizes, and of course down downs. The fancy-dress theme this year is: Come as your Hash Name – or someone else’s! Date: Saturday 4th Dec (6pm) Location: Battersea Barge Early bird ticket price: £25 (before 31 Oct, will go up to £30 after this date and £35 on the door). Ticket includes pizza and nibbles and two drinks. To register for the CLAWS Christmas Part click on This link On registration you will be able to request a link to pay online, or you can pay in cash at the next hash. For any questions, get in touch with Casting Slouch, or any of the other Social Sex.
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 Prince of Wales Townhouse, 73 Dalling Road, Hammersmith, W6 0JD map link. The nearest underground station is Ravenscourt Park and a ‘p-trail’ will be marked from this station to help you find the pub.
The usual anti-Covid protocols will apply, no bag drop, run with what you bring and a staggered start in groups of up to six. The trail of 9 km will have two options for short cutting, to suit all tastes. The hares have a map to illustrate this and will meet you at the start of the trail. Walkers leave from 18.30 hours, runners should start by 19.00. There will be a beer stop towards the end of the trail and tables are booked at the pub from 20.00 until 22.00, seating arrangements will be decided by the Hares when the number of attendees is known.
The pub is a member of The Big Smoke group and has a large number of beers on tap. Order your drinks by scanning the QR code at the bottom of the food menu. The ‘collect a stamp’ system is not running at present but they will honour a free beer for completed cards, from The Express Tavern, and any others in the group, if you have one. Also, Thursday night is Steak Night, if any of you are interested. You will need the NHS Covid app to check in to the venue, or you can do this manually as you enter.
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.
Advance registration is mandatory for all participants in West London Runs during the current Covid emergency, if you plan to come on this run please register using This Link. The hare has requested that you register as early as possible so that she can gauge numbers for drink stops.
The trail for this week’s run will start from Richmond Gate of Richmond Park map link and the run will end at the same location. Richmond Gate is around 20 minutes walk from Richmond station and can also be reached by taking the 371 bus from outside the station and disembarking at The American University on Queens road.
The following GM’s instructions for all runs under Tier 2 restrictions will apply:-The start time for the run is 6.30 pm to 7pm from the gate, however, faster runners should leave closer to 7pm. If you have a group ready to leave just before 7pm please wait a few minutes for any late comers so they do not need to run on their own. DO NOT start before 6.30pm as the trail won’t be ready and the drink stops will not be operational. Hashers leaving the start point after 6.50pm are requested to start marking through the checks, which will all be in flour this week, so no chalk needed, but please consider bringing some to future runs.
The Hare is Casting Slouch
This will be our Halloween Trick or Treat run and the Hare says that it will be completely in Richmond Park so will be spooky, scary and dark, a torch will be essential and the Hare suggests Hashers run in groups. Fancy dress is encouraged for all participants, as well as saying “trick-or-treat” to receive their provisions. She has also promised that the run will be short and and sociable, please observe social distancing and the Rule of Six at drink stops. There are a few pubs with gardens near Richmond Gate, where groups of up to six can meet outdoors after the run: TheLass of Richmond Hilland The Marlborough are at the top of the hill, and of course the ever hash friendly Dukes Head is in the Vineyard, a bit nearer to the station.