Thursday, 09 December 2010
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The Running Horse pub dates back to the year 1403 and was built on land belonging to the church. It was originally known as Rummings House, after the infamous Eleynor Rumminge, who was written about by King Henry VIII's poet John Skelton. This poem can be read on a wall in the pub. Historic legends claim that King Henry VIII's daughter Queen Elizabeth I, spent a night at the country inn due to floods making the River Mole impossible to cross.
This is my first attempt at organising the Surrey, monthly meet, so i do apologise if i don't get something quite right. There are several caches close by so i won't be hiding one for the occasion as i think WW and tjapukai have that pretty much covered. We have the upstairs area to ourselves and they do , do food so if you will be eating could you please let me know so i can give them some idea of numbers. I look forward to seeing old and new faces alike, even if you're not from surrey, it doesn't matter, all are welcome. Other monthly events in neighbouring counties. http://www.15ddv.me.uk/geo/event/index.html The Surrey events have been inspired by the success of the Sussex and Hampshire meets and are nominally held on the second Thursday of every month. They are organized by local cachers and can be held anywhere in the county of Surrey. We are constantly looking for fresh volunteers to host events in different parts of the county. http://www.15ddv.me.uk/geo/event/surrey.html The running horse pub 38 bridge street Leatherhead Surrey KT22 8BZ Thursday 9th December from 6:30pm
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