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High Wycombe Hash House Harriers is a friendly club that runs through the beautiful, undulating Chilterns countryside every Tuesday evening from a pub within a 10-mile radius of High Wycombe in Bucks.
You and your dog are welcome whatever your age or running ability. There's a wide range of ages and levels of fitness. No-one gets left behind (apart from that one time we don't talk about).
Nothing in this box at the moment. I should probably find out some details of the drag on boat racing or Nickey and Matt's fundraising.
Marlow Beerfest will take place on the first weekend of June at Marlow Football Club. £5 include free souvenir glass and beer guide (under 18s free).
More details on www.marlowbeerfest.co.uk
Hooray - a local one. This month's bike bash is from the The Bell and Bottle, Littlewick Green, SL6 3RX at 11am.
No details yet but I expect the usual 2.5hours ride.
Following a fine tradition we celebrate the last weekend of Royal Henley with the Hooray Hash - Sunday this year. Trail starts at railway station (or if required also the football ground car
park,10.30am). And of course this is where we found Rosie in a hedge so it's got to be worth going to.
For this year's summer picnic were heading over to the Cookham Regatta and taking part in the Dragoon Boat Races. Details to follow but it's a fun event even if you don't want to get wet. Scribbler is collecting names for crew and you can check out the other entertainment on the Cookham Regatta website.
It's back to Cirencester again but this time with better weather. The bunkhouse is already filling up so get your skates on.
Details still to come but this years Camra Hash will be in Crickslade near Swindon on the 27th October so put in it your diary.