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This week's Christmas Hash

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This weekend's hash is from Estuary View Woodbury Common (opposite Woodbury Castle)  https://maps.app.goo.gl/UYpJkFZDDJThdkAy8 It's the Christmas Hash so please wear something festive, and there may be some mulled wine and pies in socially distanced bubbles! As always please register and self declare https://tiny.cc/HashReg. If this is difficult for you, please email me stix@cityofexeterh3.org.uk or find me at the start of the hash. *** No-one should leave home to participate in the hash if they, or someone they live with, has any of the following: A high temperature A new, continuous cough A loss of, or change to, their sense of smell or taste always please register and self declare https://tiny.cc/HashReg. If this is difficult for you, please email me stix@cityofexeterh3.org.uk or find me at the start of the hash. *** No-one should leave home to participate in the hash if they, or someone they live with, has any of the following: A high temperature A new, continuo

Hash at the Warren

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Adam Pagett Boot's trail on Sunday was like the weather! Damp, weak and a dismal. But on the bright side a good turn out for r*nning/ walking up the common. Missing this week was the Stix family and the Hare was also missing from the start, apparently something to do with live Haring but more than likely ashamed of his own trail. Boot's had written me a love letter with instructions of said trail. Things like : 1 and on, 12 for fish hooks, 8 long short splits, re group, Spocky lays the best trails and point in random direction and shout on on. If the common has ever been any wetter then I must have missed it! The trail was well laid and the best part was Woodpecker getting stuck in a bog and due to Covid restrictions the only way to get him out was to hit and poke him with sticks. The long after the bog just looped us all the way around to the bog. We'll me and Wide Darren Maynard missed the Safety check and with my phone now completely dead no photo. But I do have one just

This week's hash

This week's hash is from The Warren Car Park, Woodbury Common, B3180, Exeter EX5 1EZ https://maps.app.goo.gl/iHTq1e4YbR4sgygd6 As always please register and self declare https://tiny.cc/HashReg. If this is difficult for you, please email me stix@cityofexeterh3.org.uk or find me at the start of the hash. *** No-one should leave home to participate in the hash if they, or someone they live with, has any of the following: A high temperature A new, continuous cough A loss of, or change to, their sense of smell or taste

#988 Chudleigh - Wide Receiver - 6 December

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First week back for City of Exeter H3 after 'Lockdown 2' and 16 of us on trail.  A 4 mile trail, which felt a lot longer, because of the hilly terrain, mud, and the fact that we'd been locked down for a month! Thanks Wide! Hot Lips found his namesake plant, but it just looked a bit phallic to me.  The trail took us down towards the A38 junction, through the building site that I imagine will soon be houses. Then back towards Chudleigh and into a valley and a muddy field with inquisitive young bulls. Then a sweetie (safety) stop, and a long short split. The long was up the valley and down a lane to region the trail where we were 20 mins ago! Then rejoining the short, over a gate with a load of branches to navigate on the other side, and up the steep side of the valley towards the hillfort.  But once we got to the road, we soon left it again and scrambled down the back, across a couple of fields, and along a lane with extremely cold water that was impossible to avoid. Wide did

City of Exeter Hashing is back this weekend

From Wednesday 2 December organised outdoor sport, and physical activity and exercise classes are permitted in all English areas (tiers). This means that hashing can resume. This week's trail is 6th December Chudleigh Car Park, TQ13 0HL https://maps.app.goo.gl/q1uYG7yxBcZB6BXn8 As part of our procedures to make the hash Covid19 secure, you will need to register and provide a Covid19 self assessment in advance (no more than 48 hours): https://tiny.cc /HashReg The 'rule of six' had been reintroduced into all areas, meaning you must not socialise in a group of more than 6; this includes before or after the trail.    We have produced a COVID-secure Risk Assessment, Delivery Plan and a Guidance document for participants and hares. Please read these careful before taking part, see https://tiny.cc/CoEH3.

Updated City of Exeter H3 hash diary

The hash diary has been updated: Dec 13, 2020 11:00AM City of Exeter Hash, Warren Car Park, Boots See http://cityofexeterh3.org.uk/p/hash-diary.html for full details On On City of Exeter H3