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R*n 513 location

R*n 513 started from the On Inn - The Tavern, Hale.

Who ran 513? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Antiseptic - Hare50254304
Cyberseptic - Hare62241303
Darth Vader11516
Fit Fanny21113
Fur Coat76067
HMS Twiggy11112
Loose Elastic42327
Richard Moseley022
Sir Tom Tom32169201
The Pat Controller189
Tongue In Cheeks033

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On Inn - The Tavern, Hale

Image of The Tavern, Hale

This was our 6th visit. We also visited on...

An idyllic pub and eatery that has undergone major renovation to restore and create a blend of traditional character and contemporary features, making this a relaxing and enjoyable space for all the family, including our canine friends.

Formerly the King's Arms.


Tuesday 9th September 2014 at 7:00pm

Full MoonR*n 513 »


Well, what a grand turn out of hashers for my eagerly awaited return to hashing after an 18 month AWOL stint...actually i don't think my absence had been noted, but what a good turn out anyway for probably our last full mooner pre head torch season!

Hares Cyber and Anti septics gathered us in the car park of the Kings Arms, scooped up a few extras from the bowling club match who were also gathering in the car park, we were debriefed (knickers remained on!) and then On-on on our way we went. A bit of road and then the off roading began. Rolling pastures, limestone pavements, woodland tracks, sedate river banks, turnip fields...beautiful scenery to enjoy the fine evening amongst, whilst the clear moon slowly rose above Farleton Knot...quite frankly it was a hideous evening r*n!

3 main injuries were sustained during the course of the hash. Upper Skirt took a skid down the river bank narrowly missing a soaking in the river Beeth. Little Smarty was pushed in a nettle patch by the hash-hound 'Monkey' was the only way I could guarantee that I wasn't out r*n by a 6 year old!!! and Smarties grandad (sorry I missed ya name) lacerated his arm whilst fighting...with a hawthorn hedge, the surgeon on hand considered amputation but opted for cleaning and dressing the wound with cow bandages instead! We wish them all a speedy recovery.

We would also like to welcome Mandy, who after her official naming ceremony shall from this day forth be known as 'Tongue in Cheek'. Congratulations and welcome...I hear beer shampoo is very good for your hair.

Till next time, hopefully it wont be another 18m!




Write up by Stinkerbell

12th September 2014 at 12:26pm