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Located in White Horse Wood, Kent County Council's newest country park. Pay & Display Car Parking available at N 51° 17.880 E 000° 35.502(Signposted from A249). Parking Charges: 20p for the fist hour Mon-Sat, Over 1 hour Mon-Sat 50p, Over 1 hour Sun & Bank Hols £1. Disabled badge holders park free. Thanks to JimnPaula for parking info. A limited amount of free parking is available in Castle Hill at N51°17.672 E0°35.478. Castle Hill is not accessible from the A249.
The Cache is a very small plastic container inside a slightly larger plastic container. It contains a logbook & a rubber stamp, if you would like to take an impression of the stamp please bring an ink-pad & your logbook. If you have your own rubber stamp please leave an impression on the logbook in the cache. Please remember to bring a pen/pencil if you want to write in the logbook.
As the cache is so small I would rather people didn't leave toys/key-rings/knick-knacks in it. I maintain the cache regularly & will remove any thing that I find.
You may however leave small geocoins or travelbugs so long as the lids of the containers close properly once they are inside.
I hope you have fun & enjoy the scenery. Stiggy73.
P.S. The clue below is for old fashioned people such as me who believe that using a map & compass is far more fun than just following a battery powered box. Those of you using GPS should find this cache easily without additional help.
[This clue is only required by those using traditional letterboxing technique]. Wnqrf Pebffvat (sbbgoevqtr bire N249) 277°, Gevt Cbvag 336°, Ebhaq gbc bs gbjre whfg nobir gerrgbcf (ybbxf yvxr n tvnag tbysonyy) 106°.