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Please ensure that when you find the final cache you replace it securely, i.e securely clipped to the lanyard and placed on the ledge. Unfortunately this hasn't been the case previously and as a result after the hunt there's been no cache to claim. Thanks in advance for your help. Happy hunting.
Now on with the info you need.....
This multi cache trail covers a distance of approximately 2.5Kms and takes you on a circular walk around the site of a mill that once stood in Stoulton. It was in ruins by the early 1300’s and the only physical evidence of its existence is when you look on an OS map of the area and see footpaths cutting diagonally across the fields : the easiest routes between the farm workers buildings, the mill and the village church.
The walk is one that will involve you moving from waypoint to waypoint (6 in total) by solving puzzles. Whilst the final cache contains a logbook and pen/s you may well find it handy to take a note pad and pen with you.
Caches vary in size from a small container to something the size of your average lunchbox.....
WP1, and as such the “location” of WP2, can be found at the co-ords above.
This definatley not a cache and dash.
Ample parking is available very close to WP1.
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