CANTAB HASH HOUSE HARRIERS

A drinking club with a running problem...

 

This motley crew of "drinkers with a running problem" meets every Monday at 7pm at the St Radegund pub in Kings Street, Cambridge. Fitness levels vary from the Seriously Athletic to those who are looking for a short cut home by the time they reach the end of the street.

In short, everyone is welcome - just turn up - and it's free!*

* Beer not included

Main pic: King's Parade, © Something Fishy 2013

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Hashing for En-ger-land review

June 22, 2016

 

Despite boring, boring England performing terribly on the pitch (we should perhaps have watched the Wales game), an enjoyable time was had by all(?) More beer and football next Monday!* *Those who don’t like football can concentrate on the beer. Those who don’t like either can, er, enjoy the witty repartee? Here’s the trail: Stats: 3.6 … Continue reading Hashing for En-ger-land review


We’re hashing for En-ger-land

June 19, 2016

 

  As John Barnes once mused: “You’ve got to hold and give but do it at the right time You can be slow or fast but you must get to the line They’ll always hit you and hurt you, defend and attack There’s only one way to beat them, get round the back Catch me … Continue reading We’re hashing for En-ger-land


A drink stop to die for! (Hopefully not literally)

June 13, 2016

 

Tonight’s trail shall follow the Swedes being stuffed by the Irish at that footyball game people seem to like. From Ettles: Yes, you have a brilliant Hare, a fantastic trail and a drink stop to die for! And it’s Beerstop and Hold It For Me’s birthday today. And there is footie beforehand so the GM … Continue reading A drink stop to die for! (Hopefully not literally)



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