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Oxford Hash House Harriers

About Oxford H3 and Hashing

Oxford Hash House Harriers are a sociable running club and just one of the many hundreds of Hash chapters running around the world. We run every Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. on a hash trail somewhere in Oxford or the neighbouring area. Our runs usually start from a pub or occasionally a car park in the countryside.

The trail is laid in flour by the "hare" before the run and has check points with false trails, and short-cuts, that allow slower runners and walkers to catch up with the faster runners. A run is typically 4 to 5 miles long and takes about an hour.

We run mainly in towns during the winter months and out in the glorious Oxfordshire countryside during the summer. We are a very diverse group of various levels of fitness from members of Headington Road Runners and Thames Valley Orienteering Club, to people whose only weekly exercise may be a slow jog around the hash.

After the run we have a circle where food and drink is served as well as some entertainment, before we decamp to a local pub.

Newcomers and visitors are always welcome: just turn up at one of our forthcoming hashes, listed below.

A more detailed explanation of hashing can be found on the "About Us" page. Dogs are welcome but should be kept under control and are the responsibility of their owners.

Oxford H3 are hosting the 18th UK Nash Hash 2015

Oxford Hash House Harriers are hosting the 18th UK Nash Hash over the Summer Bank Holiday weekend, Friday 28 to Monday 31 August 2015. Details can be found at nh2015.ukh3.org

Oxford H3 Run Locations for SATNAV

Oxford H3 run locations are available from the links below for loading on to your SATNAV. Locations are by city/town/village: pub name, for example:
"Oxford Headington The White Hart" or "Kidlington The Squire Bassett"

Garmin MapSource file for Garmin SATNAV
Download the file and open with Garmin MapSource, then plug in your Garmin SATNAV to your computer and use "Transfer" and "Send To Device".

GPX file for importing to SATNAV
You'll have to work this out yourself for whatever non-Garmin SATNAV you have.

Lifts to the Hash

If you don't drive or have access to a car then join the OxfordH3 google group and send an e-mail asking for a lift to the hash.

Oxford H3 Social Media

Google Groups FBJ moderates an e-mail list using Google groups for members of Oxford H3. The group can be found here: Oxford H3 Google Group.

Find us on facebook Facebook and twitterTwitter

 

Oxford H3 Hash Diary

Forthcoming Oxford H3 Hashes
Date Post Code & Grid Ref. Venue Hares Beer Master Chef Run#
17/9/14 OX10 7HH Fleur-de-Lys Inn, 9 High Street, Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, OX10 7HH. Google Map. Finger Flasher Gadget Home Alone 818
24/9/14 VYTBR Venue yet to be revealed Volunteer needed Gadget Home Alone 819
1/10/14 OX14 5EN The Old Anchor, 1 St Helen's Wharf, Abingdon, OX14 5EN. Google Map for Pub. Parking available at West St Helen Street Car Park, Abingdon,OX14 5BU. Google Map for Car Park Dipstick volunteer needed volunteer needed 820
8/10/14 VYTBR AGM, Venue yet to be Revealed Silent FBJ & La Crease FBJ & La Crease 821
15/10/14 VYTBR Venue yet to be revealed Victoria volunteer needed volunteer needed 822
22/10/14 VYTBR Venue yet to be revealed Mummy's Boy volunteer needed volunteer needed 823
29/10/14 VYTBR The George & Dragon, Long Hanborough, OX29 8JX. Google Map Richard D'Turd volunteer needed volunteer needed 824
5/11/14 VYTBR Venue yet to be revealed FBJ volunteer needed volunteer needed 825

That's all folks! Please see Pony Express in the Pub, to book your run.

Oxford H3 RSS Feed Addresses

The Oxford H3 website has three RSS or XML news feeds. News feeds allow you to see when websites have added new content in your browser, a Yahoo or Google portal webpage, an RSS reader, or even your e-mail client. You can get the latest news in one place, as soon as its published, without having to visit the website. To find out more, and how to use one, here's a guide (511 kb large) to download in PDF format.

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