Welcome to the Crapauds

Greetings and please browse our site!


Never tried Hashing before ? All you need is a T-shirt, Trainers and most importantly... a good sense of Humour! For more about what Crapaud's & Hashers generally do see our About page. We will make you very welcome, do try out one of our Runs.


Read our Booklet about Crapaud history. More nonsense in our 25th Anniversary of Jersey Hashing Weekend Celebrations Chronicle, October 2011.


Runs every Sunday 10am from selected hostelries. See our Hareline for more details

Newcomers (Virgins) free for 4 Runs: Weekly run Subs Members £4.50, Non-Members £5.50, Tadpoles £3.

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Next Run

Our 1,397 Run: Sunday 8 May at Vic in Vallewy, St Peter's Valley for 10.00am start. Hare: Commando


GETTING DUCKED IN DINAN: Jousting on River Rance is weekend of 16-17 July 2016. Gigolo's looking for mugs, sorry crew, ask him for more details. WEEKEND CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF JERSEY HASHING: Cross out 1 & 2 October 2016 in your Diary! More details coming soon.. EUROHASH 2017.. 5th-10th July: Crapaud's are sending at 35+, maybe 40, delegates as Euro-Crapaud's to Vienna. See Jollies page for rego. info. & more details.

Other Stuff

Your first time as a Hare? Don't worry, use the instruction manual! (Updated Dec. 2011)





Very Short Memory Lane

LAST RUN HANKY PANKY: You will have to wait until next Sunday's Crapaud Chronicle is published for all the juicy gossip! On On

LIBERATION DAY MONDAY 9 MAY: Thanks to the many Crapaud's who agreed to help with marshalling, we look forward to seeing you 8.00am sharp at Pomme D'Or for briefing. Finishing 1.00pm followed (for those who booked and have chosen their menu) by Crapaud Liberation Lunch afterwards circa 1.30pm at Wildfire downstairs.

JERSEY PARKRUNNERS: We warmly invite you to try out Cross-Country Running with the Crapaud's! A new Trail every week, and you are quite likely to discover parts of our beautifull Island you never knew existed! We hope to welcome you to one of our Run's soon... On On







Gorey image from Birdie
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