Wednesday, 18 December 2013

January 4th 2014

Just to let you know that Point A for January's run will be the small public car park just outside the gates to Noss Marina (grid ref SX883528). This is on the A379 between Brixham & Kingswear. The hares will be Man-Pig & Shatnav with the usual start time of 12.30-12.45 on Saturday 4th January 2014.


Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Words for December 2013 - Malborough

Point A: Malborough Village Car Park (South Hams Car Crime Capital)
Point B: Victoria Inn, Salcombe
Hares: Meavy Maid & Cow Pat
Attendees:  circa 25 (including a significant South Hams H3 turn-out – well done)
I turned up at the village hall car park in Marlborough to find only Ivy-F and Paraprick there, but  sure enough everybody soon started to arrive in typical hash fashion (Last minute) And as always Man- pig was late! It was so cold waiting around in the car park that Tierd Bunny proceeded to pick up the nearest dog and started hugging it in a desperate attempt at trying to keep warm! Obviously not a tough northerner like me.  Paperwork turned up with his wife( sorry can’t remember her hash name) and proceed to sort stuff out in the boot of his car for the hash and then proceeded to slam the boot of the car shut, only to find out that the keys were now locked in the car. A young girl came to the rescue with a wire coat hanger and we wedged the top of the door open and all pretty much had a go at breaking into their car without much success! (we would not make very good car thieves!  Eventually after a fair bit of struggling Paperwork managed to get in an retrieve the keys.  Then we were off and on to the first check almost right away, the correct route was soon found. A few checks in though the story was not the same as the hair Meavy Maid seemed to be a little confused and was unsure of which was the correct route to take. This seemed to be a bit of a theme for the rest of the hash. We eventually reached the first beer stop which was epic! Larks Vomit had done a great job, with all sorts of goodies on offer from coffee, energy drinks and beer of course to all manner of snacks! We were soon off again and came to another long short split. I took the short, but I soon ended up joining the longs again as Cow Pat had no idea which way the short was meant to go. We eventually ended up at South Sands for a second regroup/beer stop and refuelled some more then we were off again heading back out towards the main road. A few more miles and we eventually reached the end of another epic  A2B hash at the Victoria Inn in Salcombe. The Jerk did an excellent job as R.A and down downs were awarded to the Hairs and erm… a few other people whom I have forgotten (Gymslip for a dodgy 70’s porn star moustache a la Peter Wingard style and also to Sore-Point & Paperwork for locking both sets of keys in their car!). The shorts were about 10.5 miles and the Longs were about 12.5.
On-on to the next A2B.

Friday, 29 November 2013

Words for November A2B Double portions

Paperwork’s version:

Shat Nav finally got fed up with Man Pig and decided to start the proceedings, usual stuff plus the hares promised SAS style awards if you did all the longs. Man Pig then arrived and proceeded to say everything  Shat Nav had, but got shouts of ‘Done It’.

Off we went, road, trees, fields, mud, footpaths, 1st beer stop Cousteau  was as bleeding from his hand, or should I say paw because he was chasing a  dog (perhaps it had flour on its back) and he managed to fall over it.

Anyway he decided that blood was not the colour he liked because it clashed with his running kit, so he washed it off. Donuts, home made cake and usual paraphernalia at the beer stop.

Off we went trees, fields, mud, footpaths and then the long short split,  paperwork decided he was too old to join the SAS so took the short, shouldn’t have bothered along with Tosser and Monthly Cycle got lost and  ended up doing the same as the longs plus missed the 2nd beer stop.

Got to ‘B’ proper hashers pub with a warm welcome and a landlord willing  to recommend the cheaper drinks.

Down downs were Paperwork for leading 2 virgins astray Tosser and Monthly Cycle Man pig got 2 down downs, the usual plus 1 down his back from Monthly Cycle after much egging on from the masses, don’t fret the one down his   back was water and not beer.
The best also ran in the down down stakes this week goes to GymSlip who was having trouble getting served at the pub at Oct A To B so striped naked and paraded around – that was the story I heard anyway!


Sorepoint’s version/additions:

Arrived early, at 12 as google maps thought it would take longer than it did to get there. Hoped we were in the right place, until Shat Nav arrived. I could then start pestering everyone for money as they arrived.

Five virgins this month: Monthly Cycle and Tosser already mentioned in despatches above, also Potato Head, Flat Pack and Doc Cock. I didn’t see much of any of these on the run, as they are athletes and I am used to bringing up the rear!

A bit of road to start with to get out of Ivybridge then up the river valley towards the moor. A quick hop over a VERY windy Hanger Down moor with loads of horses in a herd that we thought were cows! I think the longs missed this bit, or went further round the bottom of the hill?

Anyway, down into Cornwood for the first re-group, next to the pub. Only next to I hasten to mention, not in. There was more than enough goodies in Larks car to keep us happy though and thanks must go to Zoot for the excellent banana cake.

Off we went again and as I’d already done 5 miles by now, my memory is a  little hazy, but we passed a lot of china clay works but luckily didn’t  have to climb the huge slag heap. Second re-group attained, but where were half the pack? We’d had a long short split a little way back and so  it was that the shorts managed to out-run half the longs and get to the cake first. As mentioned above, Paperwork was leading two newbies astray and never made it to the re-group at all. They’ll be wanting their money back!

Off we went again, short cut was mostly along the road, past the Moorland inn – that’s the second pub we passed without entering you note, and the end was finally at the White Thorn in Shaugh Prior.
The shorts managed to total up 12 miles in quite tough terrain.  Not quite ready for the SAS yet!


Thursday, 28 November 2013

December 7th 12.30 Malborough

Malborough Village Hall Car Park grid ref SX 710398   (opposite the Garage )

Cow Pat and MeavyMaid are the hares and have recommended taking torches as the days are getting shorter and the night draws in by mid afternoon at this time of year. Either that or it's a blinkin' long trail.

Gentlemen DO NOT SHAVE your Movember's off as Man-Pig wants to see whose is the most impressive - you may even get a down down who knows?

Thursday, 24 October 2013

Saturday 2nd November A2B Ivybridge Station Gaffer and Gymslip

It will be a glorious day. God loves Hashers especially Devon A2B'ers 

Location here

Saturday, 5 October 2013

October A2B 5th October

 Venue: Wiscombe Wood, nr Blackberry camp hill fort,
nr Southleigh. SY 189925

Hares Sorepoint and Paperwork       

Friday, 4 October 2013

Words For September -Stoke Fleming

19 or 20 brave or maybe foolish hashers gathered around the toilets at Stoke Fleming, hoping the weather was going to improve. Desperately waiting for Man Pig to arrive so we could get our distructions  from hares and get going. When he arrived, we circled up were given distructions by the hares.

Who by this time were looking pretty bedraggled, having to go out and relay part of the trail.


We were told on was up so start looking so off we all go following the leaders, who got it wrong and were called back to track and view point which had stunning views. It had now actually stopped raining. We went down a very long track until we reached Blackpool Sands. Then up an enormous hill and wonderful views which I needed to look at as I had no breath to go any further. ON! ON!
to Larks at the drink and nibbles stop.

 From here Big foot and Rise & Shine disappeared so that they could marshall us along the very busy main road. We wound our way around the countryside getting spectacular views wherever we went. Every so often I would find Lilo loitering around the hedges, it was only later when I saw the colour of her tongue did I realise she was getting of her five a day with Blackberries. I cannot remember where we went other than we had done an enormous loop and we were back to Blackpool Sands. An unofficial ice Cream or beer stop. Several hashers hung around for quite a time thinking that once we got up the hill we would be back at Stoke Fleming. Not to be.....!!! we wound our way around the village picked up some footpaths up the hill and yes there was Larks!
Big foot and That's Crap racing up the hill to get to beer stop, Big Foot got there first and that's all he talks about now.

 From here we took the coastal path to Gallows Bridge I think? That's Crap took a flying leap over root and landed at Zoot's feet. Must have been the fish hooks upsetting his concentration. It was along here we saw a seal bobbing around in the sea. I thought it was a Dolphin but was told not to be so B----- Stupid. lucky I didn't get down down for that.

We climbed up from the sea and waiting at the top was Good Old Larks!!!

From here we took off across the fields and Baaaaaaaaaaaalune thought the sheep were calling her. SorePoint was showing me her very sorepoint as apparently her bra was not man enough for the job, and was causing friction. we arrived back at B tired but happy. Chips were ordered and scoffed by everyone except Big Foot who got just the scribbles. TC ate Kuras chip  from the floor Larks said it was her tea so TC started to bark. Down downs were awarded to you know who you are the Hares I remember Big Foot, Shorty & Rise & Shine. Thanks for a good day. On! On! to next A - B.     Twiggy.


Monday, 2 September 2013

September Post hash Party

This was subject to confirmation but we now know it is not happening - more time to spend in the pub at B

September A2B Point A is Stoke Flemming Toliets

Dear All,


Hopefully next Saturday's weather will be as good as todays. Point A for September's run is the public toilets (seriously!) Stoke Flemming near loiterers please! Our hares are Shorty & Big Foot.

If history is anything to go by, we are assured of a scenic run through the South Hams.


Kick-off at the usual time of 12.30 - 12.45 (which is 1.00pm for me!)






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Tuesday, 20 August 2013

September A2B Hash and PARTY !!

Saturday 7th September

Stoke Fleming, nr Dartmouth. SX863485  Hares Shortie and Bigfoot




Words and Pictures Run 75 Th Bridford Inn ManPigForrest Stump and Shatnav.

The Words
Run no. 75
The Bridford Inn,
Hares; Manpig, Forrest Stump & Shatnav
Well, don’t faint, I’ve managed to avoid doing the words now for 4 plus years, but I couldn’t duck Manpig’s radar yesterday, and so got collared!  Be warned.  It won’t be pretty!
A small but select bunch of hashers circled up in the Bridford Inn carpark at 12.30pm for Run no. 75 of the A2B.  All hashers were chomping at the bit and ready to go.  But wait, where were the hares?  Oh, of course, it’s Manpig, Forrest  Stump and Shatnav.  It could be a long wait.  To be fair, there had been a deluge the evening before and indeed just before us  ‘last minute lil’s’  turned up, it had once again , bucketed down on the early bird’s.  So they were probably out re-laying the trail. 
Sure enough, like the diva’s they are, the three amigos arrived at 1pm.  Manpig stumbling out of the passenger door of the car .  Umm, laying a trail, or dutch courage early sampling of the down down’s??  Forrest  Stump – announcing he had to be somewhere very important, and Shatnav, clutching a map for dear life.
More evidence of this ‘early sampling’ ensured when Manpig launched into the description of the trail.  The trail indeed had to be rechecked and re-laid in parts.  It was 3 and on, originally laid in sawdust and now some re-laid in flour. ManPig  confessed that he had got lost whilst re-laying some of the trail. 
Trail Instructions were;
·         If you end up in a bog you’ve gone the wrong way. 
·         If you see a white horse in a field with a jacket on, that’s the right field.
·         If you’re waist deep in bracken , that’s the wrong way.
·         The trail was mostly laid in sawdust , but when you see flour, follow that and don’t follow the sawdust, cos I got lost relaying it. 
·         The  flour is not actually flour , its Kaolin, but follow that anyway.
As I mentioned, it appeared  a bit of ‘sampling’ had been occurring.
Shortie  asked ‘how long’ , and to all but Captain Peacock’s  and Meavy Maid’s  dismay, ManPig replied , ‘the short’s are 13.8 and the long’s 14 something’ (At this point I was trying to conjure up symptoms of a rare and debilitating, but very short lived illness that would mean I could snooze in the vehicle whilst my fellow hashers went about their business – anyway whilst I was pondering this, I did not have my wits about me, and ManPig’s beady eye rested on me and said’ Peanut ‘s doing the words’.  And  you, dear reader , have paid dearly for my momentary lapse of concentration.)   
Paperwork asked if the trail was going to start any time today, whereupon Manpig welcomed Captain Peacock  as an A2B virgin  then shouted ‘On On that way’, and we set off out of the car park and onto trail.  
Manpig was sweeping the trail and  the ‘longs’ and Shatnav was sweeping the ‘shorts’.
On down the hill we ran….
This is where it all goes a bit wrong.  With my rubbish sense of direction and complete lack of memory of where we’ve been, the actual details of the hash are a bit sketchy.  So here are  some bits and pieces.
The trail started and On On  we ran  with  Captain Peacock, Paperwork, Fester and Meavy Maid happily checking the checks. 
A long short split presented itself and the pack split.  The shorts ran on with Shatnav clutching his map with determination and conviction until after a couple of miles we reached a junction.  Signposted ahead was Bridford and to the left Moretonhampstead or back the way we had come.  Shatnav looking a little puzzled checked his map and gingerly indicated that
he might be ‘a bit lost’ and perhaps we should go left and see if we can find the trail from another direction.   So we set off until we came upon a ‘X’  ‘Oh don’t mind that’ said Shatnav, that only applies if you are on the trail going the right way! 
On On we ran , re joining the trail and eventually met up with the ‘Long’s .  On and through Clampitt plantation,  we came upon a bemused Fester who, as FRB, checked out in 3 directions and thinking we had passed him by had carried on running looking for the pack.  He soon thought better of it and whilst he sat and pondered, up we walked , oh I mean , up we ‘ran’ towards him!
Early on in the trial Hairy Mollusc running through the patches of dappled light in Laployd plantation. 

The day threatened rain and we watched as we seemed to run be running towards dark clouds & rain in the distance but the hash gods were kind to us and we had a perfect days sunshine and breeze.   Some showers early on went unnoticed as we ran through the protective canopy of the woods and the plantation.
Captain Peacock checking across the Kennick Reservoir dam. 
On on we ran and through the plantation out through the bracken until we saw looming up ahead the human head like profile that was ‘Blackingstone Rocks’
 After an ascent up the very handy steps on to the windy top of the rock , we were rewarded with stunning 360 views of Dartmoor and beyond.    Even the hash hounds came for a look.  ‘Moth’ the hash hound virgin showed no fear climbing up and down the steep steps. After Kura had her little ‘top of the world’ adventure, she  descended a little more gracefully and carefully. Perhaps  to make sure that ‘Paraprick’ her minder wouldn’t come a cropper !  
On we ran to our first beer stop in a little pull in signed ‘ only for use for those with limited mobility’.  That was definitely us!  
After re-stocking on  the vast array of chocs, jelly babies, peanuts, softies and beer we were ready for the off again.
Not long into the second leg and after crossing a trail, in the distance could be heard a strange garbled cry-  Mof, Mof ,MOF, MOF, MOOFFFF!!!!  On and on the cries went gaining urgency and emphasis.  We finally came to the corner of the field where we spied Paperwork and Captain Peacock tearing around trying to catch hold of ‘Moth’ (Paperwork and Sorepoint’s dogsitting charge for the weekend), who had thought it would be great fun to go and play with those other white ‘dogs’ with the fluffy coats! It was a close one, but the human hashers finally managed to corral the hash hound and all was again well in the world again!

OnOn we ran through fields, lanes and bracken until we came up to Hingston Rocks – Lovely VP of Moretonhampstead and for the really keen eyed, Bovey Castle .
From then the instructions from the hare were;
Go on down the hill until you find a dead tree, then you’re on the right track.  (Yes ‘ a dead tree’ – on Dartmoor – there aren’t many of them now are there?)
Anyone find that one dead tree yet? Who said that?
Sure enough, as we emerged out of the shoulder height bracken, we came upon the promised  ‘dead tree’ and after a swift head count to ensure none were lost to the bracken, were back on trail down towards the B3212.  Across the road we went and on across Mardon down .
Back through the woods and out where we came on the oasis and it’s keeper , Larks  vomit  in the beer car.
Clifford Bridge – 2nd Beer Stop
Everyone fuelled up again and after agreeing there would be another beer stop before ‘B’ we headed off again through Hitchcome wood, past Wooston Castle fort, and Hore wood.  All mainly down hill and nice and ‘bouncy’.  A bit too ‘bouncy’ for Shortie  who unfortunately took a flying lesson and face planted.  Maybe it was because she was distracted by Sorepoint announcing she loved ‘going down’!  Lucky man Paperwork.
All that excitement was quite enough and with that we all tripped and skipped down and out of the woods with the welcome sight of Fingle Bridge waiting for us.  Oh , and Meavy Maid  perched on the bridge waiting.  I think she had been there quite a while!
We had arrived now at the 3rd beer stop.  The hare announces ; ‘Right well we’re here and the cars are here but the ‘B’ is a couple of miles away and apparently the pub is shut.’  Tumbleweed….  Dum de dum

Er um…..  Let’s call this ‘B’  - And everyone cheered . 
Time for the down downs;
·         Paperwork chasing   Moth the hash hound
·         Shatnav’s – no surprises,  for getting the short’s lost. Even though he had a map
·         Captain Peacock  - for being an FRB – that’s maybe not the right reason but it’ll do
·         Shortie for taking a flying lesson and face planting
·         Manpig for being man pig
·         Sorepoint for saying she liked ‘going down
Everyone then piled into the ‘ferry’ cars and were transported back to their own cars and the welcoming fayre of the Bridford Inn.  
All in all a terrific trail, beautiful scenery and view points and great soft trails underfoot.  Always entertaining, thank you ManPig, Forrest and Shatnav.
On On Peanut
(p.s.  ‘Fester’ is not really called ‘Fester’ !)

Monday, 29 July 2013

A link to Cousteau's photos of the July A2B are now on the Photos page
A happy reminder of the heights we scaled and a lovely day

Monday, 22 July 2013


For those of you wanting a triple consecutive weekend of long-distance hashing after the Devon Full Moon and Isca Roman Away weekends (places still available at this time), point A for August's Devon A2B is the Bridford Inn EX6 7HT (OS grid ref. SX815862).  Meet at the usual time, 12.30 - 12.45 on Saturday 3rd August. The hares are Man-Pig, Forest-Stump & Shatnav.
On On

Friday, 28 June 2013

July 6th

Point A for the July 2013 Devon A2B trail will be:
East Devon District Council Offices,
The Knowle, Station Road, Sidmouth, EX10 8HL

The hare is Cousteau & kick-off time will be 12.30 - 12.45. Hopefully the weather will be as good as it was for the June run.



Words Cornworthy Trail June 2013

It almost went pear shaped from the start, with a wedding in the village!!

Well done to the hares for a quick change of start venue.  This change of start venue was later used by Bigfoot to base his decision to run back to the village when he lost the trail.  He reckoned as A was outside the village “B” would be in the village.  (That was the last we had seen of him).  That’s Crap said if anyone was worried, we would have a minute silence for him when we have the hash circle.


As we gathered in the make-shift car park, on a lovely sunny day, Gymslip arrived on his push bike.  Something about not trusting his wife, Legover’s driving.  Gaffer arrived in a toy car.  Something about not trusting the wife, Yeuck’s direction.  Man-pig arrived with Hotlips and Zoot.  Something about them not trusting his time keeping. It is the first time Man-Pig has been on time.  Vomit turned up at 100 mph after Man-pig so he must have been late!!  Vomit was without his wife, something about she was still doing her make up!


On the way to the hash Gymslip (on his bike) was inspired to peddle as fast as he could to try and catch a distant slim female figure (also on a bike wearing very tight lycra).  (Mumbles as Man-Pig would say – ask him).  After busting a gut up-hill for 20 minutes Gymslip eventually caught up with the female cyclist, when she turned around, Gymslip noticed she has a beard.


Sorepoint was driving under the instruction from Paperwork.  Sorepoint said she was made to come in a weird kind of way (must have been the cobbles or maybe the potholes).


A great hash. Apart from the hills and there were plenty of them, almost as many up as down!  On one of the downhill bits SierraDelta had a close encounter with K9.  Getting entangled with her feet, it was like something out of river dance.  SierraDelta did not even break stride.  She negotiated the down hill, rocks, dog and other hashers, stayed on her feet and kept running.


Shortie was doing very well until she realised she was on the long trail.  So she turned back after about 1 mile of a 2 mile split, ending up doing a longer trail.  If she carried on with the long trail she might have come across Bigfoot doing it backwards (that’s what he said he did anyway).


At the first beer stop we were told we could have a pub stop if we wanted to. That’s like waving a red flag in front of a bull.  It was in fat the Red Lion in Diddisham.  So a few went in and had a beer on the balcony, in the sunshine, nice.


On the next part of the trail we had some more hills.  We came acroos the are and a long/short split.  Half a mile to the beer stop for the shorts and two and a half miles for the longs.


8 miles later we the OH, missing the second beer stop as it was a little off the trail (good job we stopped in the Red Lion).


At the on down, the Malters Arms in tucker Hay, we all sat outside on the river’s edge having beer.


McFee was running drivers back to retrieve their cars.  On the second trip, That’s Crap and Hotlips were in the back of the car.  McFee was trying to control the car on the very steep car park exit.  There was an awful smell in the car. Hotlips said it was her crutch.  That’s crap said if it was her crutch she needs to go see a mechanic and get some cream.  McFee was showing off her driving(rallying) skills on the way back to the cars.  So much so, Hotlips said he could not find his way back to the pub as he had his eyes closed all the time!


Your RA for the day, Gaffer did downdowns for most of the aforementioned along with the hares, McFee, Teararse and Paraprick.


Gaffer thought Twiggy was shy and very quiet, when given a downdown she said “It’s a good job your wife is here, or I would show you shy and quiet!”


She’s Ready, for showing off her gashes. Some of them you wouldn’t like to look at twice!


Also, A2B virgin, BearEssentials, who is only 14. First real drink. Half paint of real ale (so his dad thought so!!!).  downdown in record time. He later got stopped by the police for Drink Driving!!(only kidding)


OnOn to next month


That’s Crap

Sunday, 2 June 2013

Isca Roman Awayday July 26th -28th

I forgot to say that there are still places available at ISCA Roman Awayday the last weekend in July
Register here if you are interested

Friday, 31 May 2013

Change of meeting place due to wedding

Meet at the football field Butt Lane on thei other side of Cornworthy  due to a wedding 
On on 

Thursday, 30 May 2013

Saturday June 1st Cornworthy

**********UPDATE FROM McFi ************
Meet at the Cornworthy Village Hall when you have parked .

Friday, 24 May 2013

June 2013 Cornworthy

Our next run will commence at Cornworthy near Totnes (OS grid ref. SX826554) & our hares will be Teararse & McFee. The village is pretty small so just park where you can. Kick-off at the usual time of 12.30 - 12.45.


Run 71 Tavistock/Whitchurch - That's Crap and She's Ready Words

Hash Run No: 69+3

4 May 2013

Venue:  Tavistock/Whitchurch

Hares:  That’s Crap, She’s Ready

Hash Taxi:  Lizbien

Hashers:  Hairy Mollusc/HIV/Leg Over/Teararse/Twiggy/Top Shelf/Happy Shopper/Bilko/Come Back&Cinnamon/Come2Nite/GHR/Barbara

A select few gathered at the junction on a lovely sunny day.  There was no available parking in the ‘triangle’ so hashers had to park on the uphill road.  Bilko not remembering the set up, walked down to the pack leaving her bag in her car.  Finding out she needed to bring everything down with her to put in the hash taxi she walked back up the hill to get her stuff.  When the run started where did we run – up the hill again.  Top Shelf also had a senior moment as after running 100 yds he stopped and got into his car, to retrieve something.  This run consisted off all PH3 hashers apart from 2 intrepid ladies from Torquay - Teararse and Twiggy.

Up onto Whitchurch Down we went having difficulty finding the marks as the ponies had eaten it all but we had She’s Ready guiding us in the right direction. Leg Over was pleased when she heard someone behind her mentioning a nice arse – turned out they were talking about a nice stone arch – we can all have selective hearing when it is in our favour. The trail went up to Cox Tor where we found GHR sunning himself in a little dell he had created surrounded by rocks.  HIV was a mine of useful info on our outing pointing out facts such as the names of all the tors and why there was a small hole in a stone in the leat so that a small amount of water was being channelled off down another leat.  On the run down off the tor That’s Crap and Happy Shopper obviously thinking about their last skiing holiday were doing ‘moguls’ down the grassy slopes.

We all arrived safely at the Peter Tavy, She’s Ready showing off by running all the way up the steep hill to the pub – she must have been desperate for a beer.  Tear arse offered her chips to the hash with the mantra ‘Teararse, smart arse, fat ass’ - we all obliged.   

We had our down downs in the beer garden.

Come Back - enjoyed his meal out the previous night – enjoyed the cauli cheese so much he asked for more – turned out he was eating cheesy leeks.

Happy Shopper – he managed to check all the wrong checks and then instead of going to the beer garden for the down down he went to the car park.

 Come Tonight – after looking after their car/van keys all day at the end of the day she gave them to GHR and promptly forgot this.  She then spends an agonising hour with the hash taxi driving to campsite/pub/cars to try and find them.

 Next A-B Cornworthy

On-On Bilko

Wednesday, 17 April 2013

May A2B Trail Tavistock

The A2B on Saturday 4th May 2013 will be from the parking area at the junction of Down Road / Whitchurch Road in Tavistock. The trail will be the most scenic trail of 2013.
Free parking available in the parking area (13 spaces) and plenty of on-road parking along Down Road.

Post code for Sat Nav users: PL19 9AD

Ordnance Survey grid reference: SX482739

For those who do not use maps or sat navs: As you are approaching Tavistock from any direction, follow the signs for Whitchurch/ Whitchurch Down/ Tavistock Golf club.  If you reach the Golf club then you have gone about half a mile too far.

This is the bank holiday weekend. The hares will be camping nearby. Please contact or or text/phone 07952090504 for camp site details.

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Saturday 6th April 2013

Hash being laid by Archangel Hotlips and Zoot from Conitor House, Denbury Road, Newton Abbot TQ12 6BY

12.30 meet in car park at Conitor House

Denbury Road is off the Totnes Road close to Ogwell roundabout.
Coming from Newton go over the roundabout and turn right just 20 yards AFTER the roundabout.
Coming from Totnes easiest to go around the roundabout and back on yourself to turn right as it is a very steep left hand turn.

Location Map