When: Thursday March the 3rd, from 6pm.
Where: Counting House, 50 Cornhill, City of London. EC3V 3PD. A historic pub in the former Prescott’s Bank, which was built in 1893 over the north sleeper wall foundations of a 2,000 year old Roman basilica, no less. (With thanks to Goldpot for the history.)
What: A traditional pub geo-gathering to talk caching talk, swap swappy travel swaps, eat eaty eats and drink drinky drinks.
Who: Cachers from far and wide. Who like pubs.
Why: Because I'm in town to run up the 920 steps and 42 floors of the near-by Tower 42 (once Britain's tallest building) and cache to walk off the pain and will be needing a bit of a sit-down later! Take a look at my profile for more details.
How: Follow your GPS or A-Z to a pub at the above co-ords and address. The nearest tube stations are Bank (0.2 miles - Walk to the right of the Royal Exchange building and after the blue water pump the pub is on your right), Monument (0.2 miles south of the event), Cannon Street (0.3 miles) - Liverpool Street is also close by.