WELCOME TO THE CRAPAUD'S!
GREETINGS AND PLEASE BROWSE OUR WEBSITE...
Never tried Hashing before? All you need is a T-shirt, Trainers but most importantly a good sense of Humour! For more about what Crapaud's & Hashers do see our About page. We will make you very welcome, please try one of our Runs.
Runs every Sunday 10am (or shortly thereafter) from select hostelries. See our Hareline for more details
WEEKLY RUN SUBS: Newcomers (Virgins) 4 free Runs | Members £5.00 | Non-Members £6.00 | Tadpoles £3.00. Please pay Hash Cash before each Run.
GOOD NEWS - RUNS RE-STARTED: Our
Grand-Master has official clearance for holding our weekly
Runs up to 40 persons, providing we maintain physical
distancing and record names & contact phone numbers.
Well done to Pervey for spotting this relaxation of Safe
Exit Framework Level 2 and informing our Grand-Master.
NEXT RUN No. 1603 - Sunday 19 July 2020: Park in St Ouen's Parish Hall car park (display parking disc) no later than 9.50am (to record your contact details) ready for 10.00am start. On-Down's in Farmers Inn. Normal Run Subs apply. Hare: Jacko. Scribe: Tinky Winky. IMPORTANT: If you have any Covid-19-like symptoms or are required to self-isolate please do not attend, sorry we hope to see you in couple of weeks time.
CRAPAUD CHRONICLE EDITION: Having
obtained official approval to re-start our Runs on Sunday 21
June the Crapaud's were back in action. Find out what
happened when we re-united by downloading & reading Run no. 1599 report. We hope you, your family and friends
have been keeping well and safe during the Covid-19
- 2020 "FRENCH BIKE-BASH" TO
BE HELD IN JERSEY: Reserve date in your diary
Saturday 26 September our Hares Illegal & Fuzz will be
taking us down undiscovered highlights of Jersey's Bye-Way's
and Tracks on yer Bikes! Rendezvous in St Helier for days
cycling & beer stops, Saturday evening Dinner (Fancy
Dress Theme is "French"), overnight stay in nice Hotel, then
Run on Sunday 27 September morning. Please email Illegal at
<email@example.com> soon to book your place.
OTHER STUFF: Your first time
as a Hare? Don't worry, use the instruction manual!