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THIS SERIES WILL BE ARCHIVED AT THE END OF NOVEMBER 2013 TO MAKE WAY FOR A NEW CHRISTMAS SERIES THAT I AM PLANNING.
This is one of a series of 12 traditional caches and one multi-cache, based on the popular song THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS.
The caches are all hidden within about one mile of the village of Partridge Green in West Sussex, and are all placed on public footpaths or bridleways. You can do the 12 traditional caches in any order you like, but the multi-cache cannot be done until you have collected all the numbers that you will need to work out the co-ordinates. There is one number to collect in each of the traditional caches. It is written inside the front cover of the log book. The caches are all hidden in fairly obvious places, as I intend this to be enjoyable, and not too difficult.
There is plenty of street parking in Partridge Green, and there is also a public car park behind the village hall. There is an hourly bus service through the village on the route from Brighton to Horsham.
Ubyr va obggbz bs gerr ol srapr.