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WM Meet - Knosh in Knowle

A cache by Delta68 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Wednesday, 15 October 2008
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: not chosen (not chosen)

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Geocache Description:

Situated a stone's throw from Junction 5 on the M42, Knowle makes an ideal location for cachers in the newly created 'West Midlands' caching region to get together for an informal meet. A chance for a chat, a drink and maybe a bite to eat - everyone is welcome, a great opportunity for putting faces to names!



We've reserved a small room affectionately known as 'The Pit' at 'The Wilson Arms', Warwick Road, Knowle on Wednesday 15th October, 7.00pm onwards.

Update:
We'd slightly underestimated the interest in this event and the room we'd booked will be far too small. Luckily, the pub have kindly allowed us to move to another area, not quite so exclusive but hopefully will be more spacious. So we'll now be in the area to the right of the bar (opp. entrance from car park).

If you require food, order/pay at the bar.


This will be a very informal event so no new caches just lots of geo-chatting, coin fondling/swapping etc or anything that takes your fancy.


Food: Carvery available up to 10 pm or order from the menu
No need to pre-book food but an indication of numbers eating would be helpful.

Children welcome if accompanied by well behaved parents!

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