We are a hashing group that welcomes all - young or old, walkers or runners, male or female. We have a trail on the first and third Sunday plus an evening trail on the last Monday of each month. Our area covers the countryside between Nottingham-Derby-Leicester though our winter evening trails will be set in urban areas.

Our Sunday runs start at 11:00 and our Monday evening ones at 19:15 (bring a torch in winter!). The hash runs whatever the weather.

We observe the traditions and rules of the Hash House Harriers, rule one being 'there are no rules on the hash'! (see About Hash House Harriers). After each trail, back at the pub, we hold a circle, led by the Religious Advisor (RA), where we award/punish hashers for achievements or transgressions. The hare (or hares) responsible for organising the trail are thanked for setting the run and the quality of the run is discussed. The debate will take into account the weather, length of trail, presence or absence of 'shiggy', who we managed to lose, number of sheep, etc.

The next trail is always advertised on the home page of this website. The schedule of upcoming trails is organised by the 'Hare Razor' and advertised in the hareline. In addition to the normal hash trail we have events to celebrate special occasions. These include our annual awards night (February), bunkhouse away weekend (October), red dress run, and Jingle Balls trail (Christmas). If you want to find out more about us contact our Grand Master.

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We have an annual away bunkhouse weekend (Photo Hathersage weekend October 2014, Run 844)

Hathersage 2014

We like to incorporate 'features' in our trails
(Photo Holme Pierrepont Run 841)

Obstacle Course

Annual Red Dress Run
(Photo Derby Run 374)

Red Dress