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Hove Beach Huts

A cache by patch_the_cat Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/24/2010
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1 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The cache can be found amongst the beach huts at the Hove end of Brighton & Hove promenade. There is a small amount of parking on the access road to Hove Lagoon, otherwise there is free street parking in many of the roads leading off the main coast road. Subject to finding suitable parking, this cache is wheelchair accessible.

Hove Lagoon lies right at the western end of the Brighton & Hove promenade. The lagoon and its surroundings are enjoyed by muggles of every shape and size, taking part in activities including watersports, model boating, and skateboarding. A flock of swans frequents the lagoon on a regular basis, but please do not feed them. The council drains the lagoon from time to time, and if the swans get used to being fed here they will be tempted to come back even when there’s no water for them to land and take off on.

You are looking for a small micro, smaller than a film canister, with no space for a pen.

At certain times of year this area is muggle central so please use stealth!

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