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2012 - The 3rd Annual HH&CC Event
This year it should be MEGA scary!
A Multi Cache set as part of a series of day time caches placed for the 2012 3rd Annual Halloween Hides and Creepy Caches Mega Event. To get the final Co-ordinates you will be required to travel through the ages, Starting off in the Roman Age and answer questions at each of the the three time gateways....once you have completed your time-travelling journey you should have sufficient info to solve the formula below.
The Heritage Trail has been created through ‘Rose of the Shires’, a three year project which started in 2010 and worked with communities across Northamptonshire to explore, record and celebrate their heritage. ‘Rose of the Shires’ was led by the Rockingham Forest Trust, who also manage Stanwick Lakes, and was funded by the Heritage Lottery. The Trail uses stone markers to show visitors where historic settlements were found during the archaeological excavations of Stanwick Lakes. The inspiration for the route comes from Andy Chapman; an archaeologist with Northamptonshire Archaeology, who worked on the original excavations and continues to lead public walks around Stanwick Lakes. An important aspect of the Trail’s development was involving local crafts people. The stones were shaped and carved by trainees from the Stone Masonry course at Moulton College and the bronze resin plaques were made by sculptor Neil Carter who specialises in bronze miniatures and lives and works locally in Raunds.
Please note that entry to Stanwick Lakes and the Visitor Centre is free, however for those wishing to park a car a barrier controlled car park is operated with a tariff of £3 per day
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