The co ordinates provided are for a parking area on a verge. This is opposite the entrance to a riding school. As very young children are being trained to ride here please take care not to do anything that may frighten the horses as they leave the livery stables.
A walk down a rather spooky bridleway will lead you eventually to this cache situated in woodland on the Heart of England Way in an area known as Meriden Shafts..
You will, of course, have to solve some relatively easy clues to obtain the co-ordinates. The clues are all connected to birds and mainly music.
The cache is a small airtight container in a camo bag.
1. An album by Gerry Rafferty with a bird in the title. (Second word). Subtract 1 from the number of letters.
2. Equivalent of “Blue Peter” in the 1970s
3. Manfred Mann paid a compliment to this bird
4. Take away Woody the … from the bird that sang in Berkeley Square.
5. The poor little bird in a Hans Christian Anderson song minus 1
6. A Fleetwood Mac hit many years ago about a seabird. Multiply the number of letters in this title by 4 for your first two westings co-ordinates.
7. This Coventry Lieutenant had a hit with Mouldy Old Dough.
8. Joni Mitchell sang “Song to a …………….”
9. ………………………singing in the dead of night
Take these broken wings and learn to fly”
A 1968 hit for a very famous foursome.