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This cache is a circular walk crossing a loop of the River Worfe. The above co-ordinates are not for the actual cache but for nearby parking.
To find the cache you will first need to visit ‘For What It’s Worfe’ in which you will find the starting co-ordinates for a “breadcrumb trail” that leads, eventually, to the final cache. From ‘For What It’s Worfe’ you will need to visit four waypoints in succession before finding the cache. The waypoints will take you along a marked footpath.
N.B. At Stage 2 a path marker is missing. The path continues along the line of the hedge. Keep to the left of the hedge to Stage 3.
You may find OS Explorer 218 useful. You will not need to stray more than a few steps from the path as you follow the trail except to retrieve the final cache which is about 20ft. from the footpath. You are looking for an ammo box (won at ‘The Hides of March’ event) which contains a selection of swaps and certificates for 1st, 2nd and 3rd finders. From the cache return to the co-ordinates for parking to complete the circular walk. The trail covers just under 2½ miles in total and you are advised to keep a close watch on geokids and dogs near water and a busy main road. Unfortunately it is not buggy or wheelchair friendly as there are several stiles to contend with and some parts might get a little muddy in wet weather. Within 50yds. of the alternative parking location there is a public house, The Dog Inn and Davenport Arms, that serves food and liquid refreshment for those cachers who may require it. Alternative parking for several cars: N52º 33.448 W002º 21.442
[Stage 1 –] Na “nggenpgvir” fcbg sbe gebyyf.
[Stage 2 –] Qba'g yrnir bar haghearq.
[Stage 3 –] Fbhgu fvqr ng urnq urvtug.
[Stage 4 –] Lbh jvyy arrq gjb jrvtug urer.
[Final –] ‘gjvkg ybt naq gerr.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum