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CC50 - The Ecclesiastical Cacher (Challenge)
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Centenary Challenge 50
The Ecclesiastical Cacher
This small clip lock box is part of a series of challenge caches set to celebrate our placing of over 100 hides.
Although there are no stiles or gates to cross, it can be muddy under foot.
There is no start or end date, just check the Church Micro Stats page and if you’ve found at least 50 Church Micro Caches you can go find this cache. We would like it if you mentioned in your log your current number of Church Micros found as it will make interesting reading in the future.
To view the church micro stats page (top 500 finders), click here
To find your stats if you're not in the top 500 finders, click here
To see all Church Micro Challenges click here
We will be checking on you and WILL delete logs from cachers who do not qualify.
Somerford Common was once part the Royal Hunting Forest of Braydon and is now a key site for butterfly and moth conservation.
Our thanks to the Forestry Commission for allowing us to set these caches within Somerford Common, but please remember that this is a working woodland, so please keep to the tracks and be aware of any Forestry Commission work going on.
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Last Updated: on 2/11/2018 1:34:31 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (9:34 PM GMT)
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