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Continuing a short walk from Newland to Redbrook for
When Will was little we used to always make up a story about the
Bull-Ghost that lived in this field as we walked across it. Even
now I still get asked for a Bull-Ghost story, though I get him to
make them up nowadays.
A spring emerges from the middle of the field and heads down to the
boundary stone, so tread carefully at this point. It certainly
won't be a problem as long as you're wearing sensible footwear.
Very green views to the north are only spoilt 2 or 3 times a year
by a Autograss meet. If you thought Geocaching was a pointless hobby, this must beat it hands down.
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum