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As far as I know have been no caches in this area up to now, Heelands is a residential area situated north of Central Milton
The cache is just off the footpath ok for strollers and wheelchairs up to the final metre
It takes its name from the land on which it was built.
The street names of Heelands are associated with places in the North
Yorkshire Dales. However the location of the clue is defiantly Scottish.
Parking is on Arncliffe Drive at about N52 03.241 W000 46.731
Go to N52 03.241 W000 46.731 here you will find the castle in the air this will provide all the information to find three caches.
Please do not enter the premises the owner is aware that his castle is a clue in a game.
How many crosses are there on the front both floor levels (road side only) = A
How many entrances can you see from the footpath = B
How many letters in the first name on the nameplate = C
How many letters in the second part of the name = D
How many circular towers = E
How many flags = F
You are looking for a small 360cc clip top box that can be found at N52 03.B (A+F) C. W000 46.AF (B+C) Also if you need back copies of the MK Citizen this is the place to find one.
Please take care to replace the cache as you found it.
CONGRATULTIONS TO Monkston Madgirl FTF
(No hints available.)