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Back street Bratton. Traditional Geocache

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Hidden : 04/17/2010
2.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is hidden in a nice back area of Bratton near Westbury.
We often walk around these slightly unknown footpaths with our dogs and kids.
The terraine can be, in places, slightly steep. It may not be suitable for buggies and smaller children will need thier hands holding.

There are sometimes a few dog walkers around so watch out.

The area is full of small plots of land that house chickens, ducks, goats and horses.

Some of the view are quite nice.

It's not the best part of the White Horse area to walk through, but it is very quiet and peaceful, unless the cockerals are making a noice.

Best place to park is at the end of Stradbrook, near the stream, then walk up Church Road towards the cache.
You could also drive to the end of Church Road and park in the church carpark, but if you do this you will not enjoy the circular walk back to your car, if parked in Stradbrook.

The cache is in a plactic sandwich box which is then inside a black canvas bag.
The cache includes (at time of hiding)....
1. Box of 6 scented candles
2. Nail polish
3. 9ct Gold stud ear rings
4. Gold coloured metal braclet
5. Metal cat charm encrusted with small crystals
6. Mobile phone charm
7. Plastic dinosaur
8. Gold coloured heart shaped broach
9. Metal keyring
10. Green magnetic toy
11. 3x small animal toys

The cache is hidden in some undergrowth. At the time of hiding (early Spring) the area was just starting to get covered in plants, so if you visit the area in the Summer be prepared to possibly hunt for it in stinging nettles and brambles.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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