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This cache has been archived.

dalesmanX: This cache has recently been brought to my notice as it has changed its type to Virtual. Virtual caches were vetoed some time ago:

[quote]Virtual and Webcam Caches have been grandfathered.

Virtual caches and webcam caches are no longer available as options for new listings on Geocaching.com. Caches of these types that existed prior to November 2005, often referred to as grandfathered caches, are exceptions to this rule and may still be active.[/quote]

I have no option but to archive this listing unless the CO can find a way to bring it into line with the guidelines.

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Flodden Field

A cache by The Northumbrian Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 2/3/2002
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: not chosen (not chosen)

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Geocache Description:

please have a look at the Geocaching Association of Great Britain site
http://www.gagb.org

This cache has been turned into a virtual cache as the cache went misiing, the site is of great historical interest
and the nearby church where some of the fallen of both sides were buried in a mass grave,
To log this cache email me the answer to the following question.
How many granite blocks does the memorial cross stand on?

There is a car park for visitors to the memorial about 300 yards past the church and steps lead up to the memorial cross from there.

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