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March And April Venues--2018.

Posted on December 30, 2017 at 3:40 PM

Maps showing the location of nearly all our venues can be found on the photos page.


Mar 29th  Tesco Car Park, Honiton. OD-Hare & Hounds (Honiton-Sidmouth road). Spagnolia & Sleeveless.


April 5th  Salcombe Hill CP, Sidmouth. OD-Black Horse, Sidmouth. Cousteau.


April 12th  Peak Hill CP, Sidmouth. OD-Black Horse, Sidmouth. Insatiable & Flour Power.


April 19th  Joney's Cross. OD-Cannon Inn, Newton Poppleford. Skippy.


April 26th  Offwell Village Hall (parking fee £1) OD-Hare and Hounds (carvery available. Pre-order through the hares, but last minute orders will be taken on the night). 3H&O and Pearl.




Information About Otter Valley Hash Activities.

Posted on May 25, 2016 at 5:50 AM

Please be aware that this website, the official hash email ([email protected]), and the OtterValleyHash Twitter account, were established (by myself) to provide all the information that you NEED to know about OVH3 activities. I am not responsible for any OVH3 related content that you might find elsewhere!

Dirtband. (Treasurer & Membership Secretary).

Membership Fees 2018.

Posted on January 7, 2015 at 5:25 AM

Membership Fees for 2018 are now due!!

The good news is that membership is now cheaper and simpler than it once was. Just £5 per wage earning adult.This change from the policy of previous years still represents excellent value for money. If you wish to maintain your membership of OVH3, please pay me (Dirtband) as soon as possible.

If you have not done so before the end of February, I will assume that you no longer wish to be a member of the hash. You can, of course, still hash with us at a cost of £1 per hash, and these payments can be accumulated up to the membership fee, in time.

Remember that fee payment ensures you are covered by our Public Liability Insurance. Also, members are on the hash email contact list, and may receive messages and information that non-members do not. I should stress that this hash email contact list is not connected, in any way, to Rambo's newsletter mailing list. You will need to be a full member, and be added to the 'official' OVH3 mailing list, if you wish to receive messages about OVH3 from me.

There is also a Facebook OVH3 members group, which can be used to send messages to the hash. This is a 'secret' group, and you need to be invited to join. Ask me for more detail, if you are interested. It is my expectation that only OVH3 members should be part of this Facebook group.

Dirtband.

OVH3 on Twitter

Posted on August 17, 2012 at 4:45 PM

The hash now has a Twitter identity (@OtterValleyHash). It is a quick and easy way to put out the very latest information about hash activities--late changes to venues, for example. 

If you have a Twitter account, just follow OtterValleyHash to receive the latest updates. The more members that follow, the more useful the facility becomes!

Out Of Bounds Areas In East Devon

Posted on March 21, 2012 at 5:45 AM

Hares---Please note that there are three areas in East Devon that must not be used for trails, under any circumstances. This is a result of requests by local land owners. If we do not comply with these requests, we might lose access to large areas of our best hashing terrain!!

The areas are

A) The RSPB Nature Reserve on Aylesbeare Common (close to Joney's Cross car park--beware!!).

B) Woodbury Castle Hill Fort--ramparts and interior (the castle car park is still a good place to start a hash--just avoid the castle!!).

C) Hayes Wood, west of East Budleigh (pheasant rearing!).

If you are laying for one of the other hashes that have recently taken to using terrain once only used by OVH3, please accept the same limitations. If access on Woodbury Common and surrounds is lost to one hash, it will be lost to all hashes!!

Maps of the areas of concern, and further details, can be found on the photos page. Please view this information carefully, if you intend to lay a hash close to any of these areas.

South West Hashing Website

Posted on February 27, 2010 at 4:48 PM

If you wish to access the South West Hashing Website, use the following link www.swh3.info


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