Hare & Hounds (CUH&H)

Hare & Hounds (CUH&H)

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Founded in 1880 with the first Varsity Match that very same year, Cambridge University Hare & Hounds (CUH&H) is one of the oldest cross-country running clubs in the world.

CUH&H provides its members with affordable racing, high-quality training, memorable training camps and lifelong friendships. Our hard-earned entry fees from the annual Boundary Run no longer cover our increasing costs, which include expense payments to our Bedford-based coach, physiotherapy subsidies, and a new charge for the track in warmer months. Reducing the financial barrier faced by current students will help maintain our high standards of performance in Varsity and the British University Championships (BUCS).

We invite alumni to join their peers who contribute £10/year. If you are a UK taxpayer then donating via this page will permit the club to collect Gift Aid. Your support will share the burden with existing alumni, and keep membership fees low in order to encourage mass participation.

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