Meet at near bridge on Nannypie Lane, Sedgwick. The On Inn is Strickland Arms, Sizergh.
Come and join us! There is no charge for your first run (usually £2) and you don't need to be an olympic athelete. You can walk, jog or give it your all! Hashing is non competitive and is done 'just for fun'. Wear suitable clothing and footwear for muddy or wet conditions, bring a change of clothing and some money if you wish to join us in the pub afterwards. We usually have a meal and drink. We look forward to giving you a warm welcome.
Meet for the r*n on the west side of a bridge over the River Kent at Ordnance Survey grid reference 506868.
If coming from Lancaster by car, take the M6 north. Leave the M6 at junction 36, signed for Barrow, Kendal and Kirkby Lonsdale. Take the A590 north towards Kendal. Follow the sign for Barrow. At the roundabout that is the junction of the A590 and A591 take the exit marked Sedgwick. Drive for 300 metres and park on the side of the road before you cross the bridge over the River Kent.
Menu choices to hares by Friday 9th Dec please.
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Lune Valley H3 is a family hash and welcomes people of all ages and abilities. Hashing is non competitive and is a great way to stay fit, see some wonderful countryside and have fun. Come and join us and be assured a warm welcome!
We normally r*n in North Lancashire, South Cumbria and Southern Lake District at 11am on the second and fourth Sundays each month and at 7pm on the evening of a Full Moon.
Come and join us! Your first r*n is free, thereafter just £2. Find out more about us and hashing in general.
Grand Master, Lune Valley Hash House Harriers
A hash is loosely based on the traditional paper chase but using bio-degradable chalk and flour markings. One or more members (Hares) lay a trail, which is then followed by the remainder of the group (the Pack or Hounds). The trail often includes false trails, short cuts, dead ends and splits. These features are designed to keep the pack together regardless of fitness level or running speed, as front-runners are forced to slow down to find the "true" trail, allowing stragglers to catch up.
There is usually a "beer stop" at some point during the r*n (we can't bring ourselves to actually write that word) where there will be water, soft drinks and beer. There may even be some biscuits to keep you going!
We name our splits "Rambo" and "Wimps". Generally, the rambo split is for people of a more athletic nature whilst the wimps is for those that want to take it easy. There's no shame either way - the only shame is not hashing in the first place!