Regular Items
H5 logoThe Hare and Hounds Hash House Harriers run every week from a different pub in the Bedfordshire & North Herts area. Runs start in the autumn, winter & spring months on Sunday at 11.00am and in summer months on Monday evening at 7.30pm. New runners and drinkers are always welcome.
In addition to the weekly runs we have a social calendar throughout the year

Contact us: email info@h5hashers.org.uk

Next Hash

Sunday 11 April

1571 - Biddenham Pavillion, Biddenham MK40 4QP
Hares: Jamrag Pods

Dog owners please note that while H5 welcomes dogs to the Hash, owners are reminded that they are responsible for the actions of their dogs and that any third party claims arising will be directed to the individual.

Receding Hareline

Where are the next few runs?

parody of Lord Kitchener's recruiting poster

Hash Trash

(Sometimes) creative accounts of recent runs written by the Hares, with Hash Flash's photo illustrations

The Words from H5

Hares email your Words to Scribe: wurdz@h5hashers.org.uk

Hot News

Back to Rule of Six

6-ballAs from Monday 29 March we emerge from Lockdown 3.0 and return to a variant of the UK Rule of Six regulations. This time it means up to 6 people from up to 2 households can meet together outside. We shall take our lead from the Ramblers and other similar outdoor activity organisations.

Hash Responsibly. PLEASE READ OUR COVID-SAFE HASHING ADVICE

OnOn

Back In The Day, a feature in which Hash Flash rummages around the archives and finds items of interest from days of H5 yore

Back In The Day - 13 years ago


A bit of snowy fun in Stotfold at 869

In Other News

A Tankard A Day

Hasher Stats

H5 30 years logoWant to know how many runs you've done this year? In total? How many times as a hare?

Stats updated monthly (latest: 29 Mar)

Charity Donations

Thanks to our yummy cake-bakers...

... we are pleased to raise funds for various charities in which H5 members have expressed a personal interest

A minimum contribution of 50p per piece of cake eaten is suggested. Drop your cash into the big red money box brought to most runs.

Postcards from the Hedge

Browse Hash Flash's picture archive