25 year anniversary design
The 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.

Contact us: email info@h5hashers.org.uk

In addition to the weekly run we have a full social calendar throughout the year

Regular Items

Next run is Run 1356

Sunday 26 February - The Globe Inn, Leighton Buzzard LU7 2TA

If you are planning to bake a cake for this or any other run, please let our cake 'Master Baker' Frau know by text.

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

parody of Lord Kitchener's recruiting poster

Hash Trash

The Words from H5

Hot News

H5 in the News

Newspaper article

Our readers may be interested to see that after our recent run in Sandy, H5 were mentioned in the local press

Diary Dates

Fri-Sun 26-28 May

CH3 2017 logoCambridge HHH
2017th in 2017

At Cambridge Youth Hostel, 2mins walk from Railway Station. See flyer for full details

Fri-Sun 7-9 July

Euro Hash 2017 logoEuro Hash 2017

Vienna, Austria

Fri-Sun 25-28 August

Ancient Britons logoUK Nash Hash 2017

Easton College, Easton, Norwich

Organised by Ancient Britons H3. Details here

Mon-Sun 18-24 September

La Maison, Villegailhenc, CarcassonneAway Week at Carcassonne

7 days relaxing in the sun at La Maison, Villegailhenc

In Other News

Bed Chamber Music - Nailed It

Lady lying in bed playing a piano

Hasher Stats

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

Stats updated monthly

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.

H5 in the Wild

...our picture archive.

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