When and Where is the next One?

Run 973– No Satisfaction and MalcolmNN

Run 973 Monumental Super Cannes Tour

Hares : No Satisfaction and MalcolmNN

Contact: No Satisfaction

Tel: 0617401343


Time: 10:00 for 10:30

Meeting Point:

Parking Pont de L‘Aube,

Aire de Covoiturage

Avenue de la Liberte (D6007)

Golfe Juan Vallauris


Location : What three words ///paves.tawdry.hearty

(43.563942N,7.067764E : 43° 33′ 50.1912” N,7° 4′ 3.9504” E)

On In:

Lunch will be at 14:00 in the restaurant

‚La Cucina‘,

63 , Avenue des Freres Roustan,

(Bord de la Mer),

06220 Golfe Juan Vallauris

Main Course,

Desert and one glass of wine:

Price: 25 Euros


Exit 44, A8, and follow the signs to the centre of Golfe Juan.

Follow the signs on the ‚D6007’ through Golfe Juan (Avenue de la Liberte) in the direction of Cannes.

As you approach the roundabout at the exit of ´Golfe Juan‘ going towards Cannes, the co-voiturage ‚

Parking Pont de l‘Aube’ is on your right,

50 m after the traffic sign indicating the roundabout.

If you miss the entrance, just go round the roundabout and back again. The restaurant is 700 m or 15 minutes walk from the parking, so you can leave your car here.

Please Note: Do not leave any valuables visible in your car.


Both trails are entirely on small urban roads. Although technically easy, the roads can be sometimes steep or very steep.

Hope to see you there!

Tel: 0617401343


When and Where is the next One?

Run 972– Malcolm and No Satisfaction  St Vallier de Thiey Run

Date: Sunday 20th March 2022

Time: 10:00 for 10:30 start

Hares: Malcolm No Name & No Satisfaction

Where:  St Vallier de Thiey – Parking Baume Obscure (4 Km West St Vallier de Thiey)

Directions: From A8 take Exit 42 Cannes Grasse, Follow Directions to Grasse (D6185)

From Grasse follow signs to Digne (D6085 – Route Napoleon) until the town of St Vallier de Thiey.

Leaving St Vallier de Thiey on the Route Napoleon (6085) Direction Digne turn left at first roundabout out of town centre (the narrow bit of road) direction St Cezaire,

At the next roundabout turn right (first exit) following signs for Grotte Baume Obscure SOUTERROSCOPE.

Pass the Intermarche (on your left).

Park to the left in the Souterroscope car park (3km from St Vallier de Thiey) – Opposite corner to the Baume Obscure.  

Public Transport: Train to Grasse then Bus Ligne A to St Vallier de Thiey, departing Grasse Railway station 07.20 or 08.35 Stopping at Maison d’Arret , continue to St Vallier Grand Pre (End of the line for this bus).

Arrange a lift from here as rather a long walk to the start (3Km)

Why:  Why Not?

“To promote physical fitness among our members

To get rid of weekend hangovers

To acquire a good thirst and to satisfy it in beer (other drinks are available)

To persuade the older members that they are not as old as they feel!

Run Car Park Location:

43°41’34.7″N 6°48’51.9″E (43.692975N, 6.814426E)

What3Words ///worries.unemployment.embeds


Mostly well-defined tracks. Poles could be useful for stability/security.

Please Note:

The area is rural and used for agriculture. There are flocks of sheep and goats on the Hash route. They are mainly fenced in but may be loose with attendant “shepherd” dogs

Hashing dogs must be kept under control around other animals

Restaurant Le Comptoir St Vallier de Thiey:

Car Park Location (Parking Ferrages)

43° 41′ 54.7332”N 6° 51′ 2.3976”E (43.698537,6.85066)

What3Words ///snorer.curdling.spooky


Three course set menu with glass of wine: 25 Euro.
vegetarian option available on request


Malcolm No Name: malcolm@malcolmg.net or 06 16 33 54 48

No Satisfaction: 06 17 40 13 43

Walkers Report #970 – Iron Lady and Pilchard’s Tanneron Tales

There was a good turn out for Iron Lady and Pilchards’ run and walk in the Mimosa forests of Tanneron on this day of blue skies and sunshine. Everyone in the Alpes Maritimes  thought so too as all the car parks were full to bursting.

We kicked off with the usual short briefing, which is meant to help new members understand how to follow the trails. So far this run was significant with its remarkably simple and easy to understand instructions to the meeting point. But this was soon sharply contrasted by complicated and contradictory run / walk instructions as the hares discussed markings in front of us giving us all some laughs and, frankly, the less you remembered of their instructions, the better.

The walkers took off with a flying start uphill towards the entrance of the restaurant where our Hare, Iron Lady, caught an edge and threw herself to the ground with a heavy fall. Fortunately Iron Lady  is actually made of iron. She has iron knees and, after a  brief recovery period, was able to dust herself down and continue on the trail.

By now the walkers had wandered in several different directions as the trail was marked by arrows in chalk in the village – one feature of the trail markings which had not been explained at the briefing- and it took a while for most of us to reassemble, though Sadist was already out of sight never to emerge again until the Beer stop.

Hash walkers were honoured this time with the company of our Hash Flash, Levrette, commissioned to get the most sensational photos of the remaining Mimosa blooms which hadn’t yet been picked by the hoards of other hikers out the same day.

Our walkers VIP visitor, Hash  Flash, Levrette

Some remaining yet-to-be-pinched Mimosa blooms

A short way into our walk and after much explanation from our Hare, we split into two walking teams: those to follow the  easy route and those to follow the more ‘sportive‘ route. 

But after ending up in someone‘s back yard, the ‘sportive‘ group  realised there was no marked trail, because no one, not even the  Hare knew where to go!

Back together after a cautionary lecture from the hare on how to avoid private tractor  trails, we regrouped and continued our trail which eventually broke out on to a balcony with a tremendous vista view of Mimosa forest, terraces  and the Alpes in the distance.


During our every-increasingly comfortable stroll uphill, our Hare, Iron Lady, regrouped us several times to share with us the lengthy history  of ‘how the hash was planned’. Several times our attention was drawn to faint flour markings  where she and Pilchard  had stopped and discussed the choice of route.  

With her guidance, we were able to see exactly where the trail  had once been  laid incorrectly much earlier and then she explained meticulously  just how this trail had been carefully wiped out and set again. This could only be identified if you stopped several times and looked really, really carefully. Then you could just about make out where the  once important lines of flour had been laid.

It was all quite captivating, especially the where she actually demonstrated ‘live with flour’ in front of us, just how the Walkers hare had actually assumed the responsibility to set a most critical  ‘On In‘ marking for the runners route. The virgin trail setters are truly privileged to witness this key part in the run setting process.  Other passers by may have thought we were part of a Foreign Professional Nature Tour – only Iron Lady  failed to provide a simultaneous translation of this riveting trail information in three languages.

After our lesson in markings, we arrived at the beer-stop which our intrepid beer mistress, Farty Bum had still somehow managed to stock appropriately, despite her car breaking down on the way to the Hash.  She had courageously sacrificed her husband’s company and left him with a split fan belt. So Sadist had been called in to rescue the beer supplies and  provide an emergency beer car. Sadist was the only hasher with an appropriate  yellow hash shirt  and as the beerstop had a panorama view of the mimosa filled landscape  many photoshots were taken.

Before the start of the second half of the walk, we received another briefing. This time, those that wanted a slightly more ‘sportive‘ experience could walk with the Runners hare, Pilchard, or take the easier official walkers  route. So we ‘sportive‘ types tried again to get some serious exercise and this time, we found the trail. It was partly the same trail we had done on first half only  this time, we had the benefit of Pilchard’s explanation of the various tactical, logistical and strategic decisions leading to the markings which were just about visible to the naked eye and which had previously been incorrectly laid but now eclipsed by  actual  ‘Official Route‘..for the runners.

Back at the circle, our Honourable Sadist took the initiative to lead the ‚down-downs‘ ceremony for us, in the absence of our regular dignitaries.

It was a hilarious and  lively circle where several virgin Hashers were introduced and Supermarket Trolley celebrated her actual birthday with champagne and a delicious cream cake provided by Iron Lady.

Three virgins were introduced in the circle:

Ulrike  from Germany and a virgin hasher  from Ireland introduced by Buns.

Smelly Pooh introduced a virgin who is a retired Colonel from the French Military, who arrived in his convertible Mercedes tank. 

Pilchard explained   that  a ‘Colonel ‘ in French military terms means  a ‘Corporal‘ in the English military.  

However the French ‘Petit Corporal’ was not someone to be taken lightly by the English.

Down downs were given to

The virgins

Supermarket Trolley for her birthday

Farty Bum  substituting for Mad Max  for  a breakdown for the beercar

Iron Lady for flour offences

It was significant also in that a Virgin was crowned ‚Shit of the Week‘.
A first maybe for the Hash.

Well, I’m not sure exactly why he was made ‘Shit of the Week ‘,  possibly it was because he over-performed and ran incredibly well, even better than the Hare, possibly  it was for bringing in  intellectual concepts to hashing.

But he was a great sport and was this immediately promoted to ‘The General‘.


The corporal Colonel being promoted to “The General”

Finally the fun and games were over and it was off to the restaurant, which hopefully had lots of ice for Iron Lady to soothe her now-swollen knee!

Many thanks, Hares, for all the fun and laughs and for the hard work invested.

Thanks also to those of you who introduced the virgins.

We hope to see them again.

‘On, on’ to the next one …….

When and Where is the next One?

Run 971– CONTESSA and JOBSWORTH’s Pilgrimage Run

Date: Sunday 6th March 2022

Time: 09:30 for 10:00 start

Hares: Contessa and Jobsworth

Where:  Notre Dame de Laghet, near La Turbie

Bon Soir! 

It’s about time we hustle up some miracles! 

Our next Hash is meeting at the Monastery known for miracles, Notre Dame de Laghet. 

3 kms below La Turbie. See below for full Directions. 

Hares Contessa & Jobsworth, 

Meet at 9:30, Start at 10:00

So give yourself driving time, wherever you are coming from.

Featuring a Birthday Cake for this Hare who is getting old (er),  thus referred to as the ‘Over the Hill’ Hash.  (see photo, ‘Ten Years After...’  and this isn’t Woodstock) 
Bummer, as we used to say…but the Rolling Stones are older than me and still touring so I can manage to set a Hash. 

Our meal will be in the Hotellerie of the Monastery. A great price only €16 !! Lunch at 1pm. 

Served by the Nuns so be on your best behaviour!

The Ghost of Co-Hares Past (Padre with a bloody hand, you may remember) will be roaming around too, as we set a Hash here in 2018.

And we may even coax Pedo to make a special appearance! …us ‘Ole Timers, we stick together…
and the Holy Spirit said he would be there too, getting into the spirit! 

So this gives you time to ruminate about and prioritize your Miracles request. 
Don’t all talk at once…! 

See you Sunday! 


When and Where is the next One?


Date: Sunday 20th February 2022

Time: 10:00 for 10:30 start

Hares: Iron Lady & Pilchard

Where:  Tanneron, parking longueduree

From the Town Hall,  Information Office &  Memorial statute look for  the Nice matin/Tabacco sign & petrol ⛽.

Opposite turn downhill & continue to the end of the lower level parking.  


“To promote physical fitness among our members
To get rid of weekend hangovers
To acquire a good thirst and to satisfy it in beer (other drinks are available)

Special celebrations for valentine’s, birthday’s, mimosa
🍾💝 🌹 🥀 🎂 🥳 🎉 

To persuade the older members that they are not as old as they feel!”

What 3 words:



While this isn’t the hilliest of terrain, there are some slippery ups and downs Both W & R trails will certainly follow the slopes of the hillsides including the Mimosa farms for the best views.

Poles could be useful for stability/security.!


After the circle we’ll walk to the restaurant. Please  book if staying for meal.

Euro 25 includes, main course 2 meat options, desert & glass of wine. Please specify vegetarian, allergies or other special considerations. 


IRON LADY: margaret.pianti@gmail.com or 06 23227305

Directions from A8:

Travelling west

From Nice approx 30 min/40 kms 

Exit 40 Theoule-sur-mer. Left into D6007/Ave de Cannes/right to D92. Approx 10km to Valcros D38. Another 1 1/2 km to the Tanneron town hall. 

Travelling east

Exit 40 Theoule-sur-mer & continue as above. 

When and Where is the next One?


Run 969 – No Grappa and Buns -Gispert Memorial Run

Date: Sunday 6th Febuary 2022

Time: 10:30 for 11:00 start

Hares: No Grappa and Buns

Where:  Roquefort-les-Pins, Médiathèque car park


“To promote physical fitness among our members
To get rid of weekend hangovers
To acquire a good thirst and to satisfy it in beer (other drinks are available)
To persuade the older members that they are not as old as they feel!”


Car park by the Le Pavillon Bleu cinema in Roquefort-les-Pïns, as usual.

What 3 Words: https://what3words.com/occults.barbarian.contest

For the Story of’G’ go here


While this isn’t the hilliest of terrain, there are some slippery ups and downs due to the damp paths in the woods and a small mer de glace.


Our faithful Pepperoni. See map. Ideally book if staying for meal.

Euro 25 includes a starter, main course, wine, coffee.


No Grappaquinn.dana@gmail.com or 06 1777 4331

When and Where is the next One?

Run 968 – Annual All You Can Eat Chinese Haggis Hunt New Year!

Date: Sunday 23rd January 2022

Time: 10:00 for 10:30 start

Hares: Smelly Pooh and the Pilchard

Where:  Mandelieu, Geant Casino car park

Why:  To commemorate the Birthday of the Great Scottish poet, Robbie Burns.

Wear: Your best Tartan, Jimmy Wigg and Sporran.


Come off at A8 J40, stay in the left lane and turn left following signs to Theoule sur Mer.

Then continue straight though the traffice lights, under the motorway bridge, over the 1st roundabout, over the 2nd (Golfers!) roundabout then after about 300m feed off to the right and into the Geant Casino car park, at the very end of Castorama side.

Near here https://w3w.co/dividers.sixpack.staked

As this is to celebrate the Birthday of Robert Burns running fuel will be supplied before the start, and we will, if we catch the little buggers, be having a traditional Scottish meal after the exercise.

Covid has interrupted our Haggis supply chain so a substitute will be served BEFORE the resto.

The restaurant will be ‘La mer bleue” in les Tourrades, it is a buffet for 20 euros, they close at 2.30pm.

All you can eat but buy your own drinks!

“Le Mer Bleue”

Allee Maryse Bastié

06150 Cannes


Please let Smelly Pooh know if you plan to cum to the Resto


When and Where is the next One?

Riviera Hash House Harriers Run 967 on Sunday 9th January


Meet at 10h00 for 10h30 in Biot

The Volcanoes of Biot

Time: 10:30am for a 11:00 start (TBC resto is a bit vague)

Where: below Biot village, next to the fire station.

ONON: Le Piccolo in Biot old town. The same place we used for the AGPU in the summer and Jobsworth’s last Hash in Biot.

it will be ‘a la carte’ so eat/drink as much or as little as you want!

Its an extinct volcano, honest!

This is a post-Christmas walk/run so a good chance to burn off your excessive eating/drinking for the last two weeks.

Walkers, bring poles if you have them, its not Bargemon but you will be climbing up and down a volcano (yes, really..)  But it won’t explode, probably.

It is a longer than normal event but we need the extra exercise right?


W3W https://w3w.co/rather.bounded.unwell

Car Park next to the Biot Fire Station 515 Chemin des Combes, Biot

CAR Head for Biot, 

From the coast/N7, take Route de la Mer 2.3 Km from the N7 roundabout  i.e. past Marine Land then bear RIGHT before just Biot 3000 mini commercial centre, then its about 515m from the Route de la Mer, down chemin des Combes.

From the A8, get off at the Antibes/Cannes junction and follow signs to Biot, turn right at the Carrefour des Chappes (roundabout) onto the Route des Colles wind down the hilltop the roundabout at the bottom of the hill, turn right onto the Route d’Antibes, the golf course will be on both sides of the road, turn left at the next roundabout onto Chemin de la Romaine then turn left onto the Route de la Mer towards Biot village and then after 1 km turn right just before Biot 3000 as above.

Use the W3W link its easier than my crappy directions.


TRAIN to Biot SNCF station then Bus 10 to Biot 3000 and walk 515 m along Chemin des Combes.



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On our last hash in Biot we had a topless runner, please only do this if you can at least match the quality of the below.

Might be a bit chilly

When and Where is the next One?

Riviera Hash House Harriers Run 966 on Sunday 26th December

Meet at 10h00 for 10h30 in Jardin/Garden Hector Cendo, Nice

Iron Lady’s Antidote to Christmas

Contact the hare Iron Lady to confirm your place for the ONON.email: 

margaret.pianti@gmail.com or mobile: +33(0)623227305

On Tuesday I’ll be discussing with the manager about menu selections & pricing. Open 7/7 from 7h to 23h non stop this Brasserie has always ample selection from either the menu or plat du jour offers, both with reasonable pricing. 

Meeting info:

Time: 10:30am for a cherry Boxing Day warm up Mince pies provided by TM SMT accompanied with hare’s mull wine11am for R & W trail start

Place: Jardin/Garden Hector Cendo Nearby free street parking on Sunday suggestions:Ave Aime Martin/Ave de Bellet/Bld Edouard Herriot/Ave California 

ONON: Brasserie Magnan 1 Ave de la California 0493865565

From the meeting & circle in Hector Cendo garden to the Brasserie is a gentle 1km stroll. Hare’s suggestion is on arrival to park your car nearby – Ave Aime Martin, Ave Bellet or Bd California to avoid additional searches for/or changing parking space. 


CAR from A8 autoroute exit 50 Nice West OPTIONS ARE:

A Voie Rapide Pierre Mathis

Left at fork direction Monaco/Menton/Nice-Center/Nice-Est/PortContinue on Voie Mathis/Voie Pierre Mathis/Voie RapideExit Magnan/La MadeleineContinue on Ave Gloria, turn left onto Ave de Bellet. Continue briefly on Bd de la Madeleine and turn left onto Bd Carlone. Then Left onto Ave de Bellet and right onto Ave Aime Martin. Jard Hector Cendo will be on the right.

Promenade des Anglais

Right at fork and left lane onto Promenade des Anglais direction Nice.Keep to two right lanes ’til pass Nice airportAt Lenval Hospital turn left onto Promenade des Anglais direction Airport then right into Avenue Fabron. Cross tram lines, pass under voie rapide and slightly right into Bd de Cambrai. Turn right at the roundabout onto Bd Edouard Herriot. Then right onto Bd Magnan and almost immediately slightly right onto Jard Hector Cendo.
TRAIN to Nice centre ville station then tram (line 1 to Jean Medicin & line 2 to Magnan)


Mood: R overstuffed & W energeticDress: red / green combinations highly prized

ONON: green pass

Margaret Pianti
Mobile+33 6 2322 7305 Fixed+334 22 805 309