Look over your shoulders, check under the stairs,
turn the UV lights on and check the dark spaces; twice. The Milton
Keynes Coo’s are coming and they’re coming for you. Let me take you back
to a period in history so far back, so long, long ago, in the annals of
time when there was no Milton Keynes, that’s about fifty years actually. To a time when only cows grazed on the grounds that now ooze and shout
with concrete, and buildings dominate the once green pasturelands. One
man, or woman (for equality reasons) crazed by the onslaught of
modernity and ever encroaching offices and roundabouts, took the
gruesome and tragic steps towards depraved insanity. Driven by a
particular love of all animals, nature and wildlife they brutally and
apparently without empathy sacrificed seven cows in the ultimate
statement of anarchic displeasure, in possibly the finest cow related
two fingered salute to the establishment ever seen in modern Britain.
On the first moon of the equinox on the seventh
night of Durous with the moon at its fullest seven cows were taken and
subjected to strange and largely implausible acts, contorted into
spectres from another dimension and then in a final act of defiant
horror, turned to stone and placed in the town for all to see. The full
grotesque details of this horrible night have long since been subject to
speculation and cover-up, discussed behind closed doors and under the
breath of those that know. Bringing shame and utter incredulity to the
founding families ever since.
Now so, so many years later in a story made up just
minutes ago with the true horrors and facts lost both to time and common
sense, the Coo’s come unwittingly back to life as creatures of the night
to graze. Not on grass but on the unwitting flesh of would be late night
revellers. As you’ve probably guessed fate has brought together both
Hasher and Coo in the ultimate of Full Moon extravaganza, be prepared,
be afraid, be very afraid as the Coo’s of Milton Keynes will go roaming
under the guise of the Full Moon Nash Hash.
(other cow based stories are available.)
Your weekend themes are; Creatures of the night starting Friday
Evening Ultra Violet on Saturday, where the glowing
residue of last night’s pearl necklace will shine on into the night. But
be careful as the restless Coo’s of MK come to prey on glowing drunken
The price includes 2 breakfasts, packed lunch, dinner and all your
on-site drinks, no pay bar!
Friday 27th July 2018 will be a full moon and a
lunar eclipse will also occur. Check the details
The event is limited to 145 people, and is now full.
Email us if you want to go on the waiting list.
If you have any questions (not in the FAQ) or comments, please email us,
Q What accomodation is available?
A We will be camping around the 3rd rugby pitch.
Campervans, caravans and motorhomes will be in the car park.
There are some local hotels and B&Bs in Buckingham.
Q I can't download the registration form?
A Try right clicking on the link and then "Save target as" or "Save link as"
If that does not work email us at the address above and we will email you a form
Q I can't open the registration form?
A The registration form is in Adobe Acrobat pdf format
To open it you must have Adobe Acrobat reader version 8 or later installed
Get it Here,
and make sure you untick the box to Install the Chrome Extension and all the
Optional offer boxes!
Q Are animals allowed?
A No, Buckingham Rugby Club do not allow animals on site.
UK Full Moon Nash Hash 2018 Location
Buckingham Rugby Club