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The cache is not at the given coordinates, but there is a notice board here, which you will need to visit aswell as a couple of other points around the tower at the top of Leith hill to get some numbers to do the math's.
To get the co-ords for this cache first you need to take a nice pleasant stroll to the highest point in South East England. Once at the tower, on the Northern side there is a plaque, A= number of acres of land that came with the tower. BCDE= the year the land and tower was given to the council for the people. Now to the South there is a donation box with a green plaque FGH= the three numbers on the second line. Next head west down the path away from the tower, in front of you, you'll see a "swirly" bench, what number does this look like =I. lastly carry on down the path to the notice board (on the right), J = number of words etched/engraved in to the notice board. Now take a chance to sit down and enjoy the views while you do the math's (and maybe a coffee if the tower shops open) You will find the cache at N51°(I+D). (G+B)(J-D)I W000°D(A-H).(D+B)E(F-G) Once worked out head back to the car as its a few minutes drive away. There is enough parking at the end of the bridleway for 1 or 2 cars, please park courteously and avoid blocking the driveways. please remember you take part entirely at your own risk, No cache is worth risking your life for, I would advise the use of climbing/fall arrest equipment, and at any time when taking part in a potentially dangerous activity please do so either in pairs (or more) or let some one know where you are heading. Please only log as a find if you made it up to the cache to sign the log, please no photos with the logs please, this is a multi cache, so lets keep it that way. Enjoy.
vgf va gur anzr, 35sg (abg zrnfherq jvgu n gncr fb qba'g or crqnagvp).
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum