BYO wine or buy there. Let Sir Tom or Xmas know if you’ll be attending.
Venue – 2nd Bite Belmont
Gt Eastern Hwy, Right into Belmont Ave
Left at roundabout into Francisco St, Right into Newlyn St
2nd Bite on left
Carine Open Space – “God’s Country”
Freeway North. Left off Reid Hwy. Head West, turn right into Okely Rd to Beach Rd. Turn right then first right into sports ground. LFF
The run will be from John Leckie Pavillon, College Park, Nedlands. Most people will get there along Stirling Highway, Bay Road and Melvista Avenue.
Close To Your Heart Run – Fund Raising for ‘Lifeline”- Tuesday 29th September 2020 start 6.15 pm – Organised by Haggis
Under the Narrows Bridge, Mill Point Road, South Perth.
Details for our Lunch on Fri 2nd October 2020.
It will be at the Dilly Dally Restaurant
87 Rokeby Rd Subiaco ( The old Witchess Couldron) A short walk from Subi Station.
Painted pinky/orange colour. You can’t miss it.
Have a beer or 2 at Subiaco Hotel (if open) at 12.00pm
Seated by 1pm
The booking is for 15 to 20 people. Menu has an Italian flavour.
Average price up to $28.00
Bar available but it is all table service only. (you need to be seated to drink).
Access to venue rear as well with ticketed parking available there.
West on Scarborough Beach Road
Left (South) on West Coast Highway, Left into Ventnor St, continue to end, LFF on Right.
Crater of WCH3 is doing the Drink Stop.
Out of the city on Cambridge St. which becomes Oceanic Drive, LFF at turn right into Howtree Place in Floreat, turn left into Chandler Ave. west, turn left into the carpark opposite Floreat Primary School.
Hamer Park has many entrances, so follow these directions precisely:
From the South: –
Loftus St, Turn Right into Vincent St. Then Left into Beaufort St. Around 2 km then turn left into 2nd Ave.
From the North:-
Alexander Drive, Left into Central Ave, Right into North Street, then LFF at 2nd Ave.
Please note, this is a 6.15PM start (so the children can there after work).
You’ve all been here before, so find your own way.
This run has been set by West Coast Hash, with the other clubs as the Co-Hares.