Hashing is a social drinking club based on the the traditional British paper chase or “Hare and Hounds”. It originated in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, back in 1938, and has spread around the world as a form of non-competitive exercise.
We’ve been called a ‘drinking club with a running problem’. Our hashes are not races and not to be taken seriously. The main objective is to have fun while working up a decent thirst which will be relieved at the après-hash session.
The Sub 60 H3 is a group of like-minded people who for fun, a bit like a pack of dogs, follow a devious trail laid down by hares, either in town or in the surrounding countryside around Weymouth in Dorset. The trail usually finishes under an hour, hence Sub 60, and more importantly, at a local hostelry where the tired and happy hounds & hares can partake in a bevy or two.
We meet throughout the year on alternate Thursday starting at 7pm.
Winter hashes are run in torchlight.
IMPORTANT – The organisers do not accept any responsibility for any loss, damage or injury, however caused, sustained by any participant in any event or associated activity. Participants expressly waive their right to pursue any of the above or any participants for any loss, damage or injury whilst taking part in these events or associated activities. Dog owners personally accept full responsibility for any injury or damage, however caused, by their animals.