We run on
Sundays (Winter) and Mondays (Summer) from various pubs in the
Berkshire area. Everyone welcome.
Runners and Riders (up to Run 2106, 31st April
2018) A list of people (and Hashers too!) who have hashed with
the Berkshire Hash House Harriers in recent years, together with
the number of runs they were foolish enough to partake in, may
now be found by clicking Run Details on the left. (All
comments to Florence and C5)
BH3 goes ON and ON
HASHING for 40 Years ROUND BERKSHIRE
Krakow Euro Hash 2015 Pictures
Some pictures by Full Frontal here.
The valuable BH3 t-shirt collection has finally been put on display. Each garment has been removed from the temperature and humidity controlled storage and lovingly un-wrapped from the enclosing acid free tissue paper. The finest physical specimens from among the BH3 hashers were then selected as models. Every BH3 t-shirt ever produced during the last 30 years was then photographed in stunning detail and luscious colours to allow us to present BH3 - T-Shirts Through the Ages.
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Photos from Cyprus
2017 Subscriptions are now due!
For only £10, paid annually, you will receive membership to BH3 (Berkshire Hash House Harriers) entitling you to subsidised entry to various Hash events throughout the year and a "Tick" of £1.00 when you attend a Hash. For non members "Tick" will cost you £1.50 per Hash.Just fill in the form (also in Word or PDF) and hand it over with your cash to Florence or C5.
Fun Run 3rd July 2017 Results
The results as supplied by Slapper are here. For those who are still basking in past glories, previous results are here 2008 , 2009, 2010 , 2011, 2012, 2013
2014, 2015, 2016
Jwax has made an excellent film on Hashing which can be found here And another on the NH2009 hats and whip party
Two new species of tick have been found in Berkshire. Florence or C5 will now be extracting your blood cash after each hash.
Ticks are nasty little blood sucking creatures that may give you Lyme Disease. Apparently they are prevalent in Berkshire and frequent the same sorts of places as hashers (except pubs).