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Millenium Meander 1 Gone fishing

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Hidden : 10/6/2012
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Millenium Meander 1 is a 7mile circular walk with 20 caches based on the Millenium Way between Knowle and Temple Balsall
Details of suitable parking can be found in Millenium Meander 1 Rusty Hinges.

Millenium Meander 1

The Millenium Way is a 100 mile long distance footpath across the centre of England from Pershore in the west to Middleton Cheney in the east which was established to celebrate the start of the new millenium.

This walk is a 7 mile loop based on the Millenium Way between Knowle and Temple Balsall. It is mainly on footpaths and quiet roads but does involve a few hundred yards along and across the busy A4141 twice, care with geokids and geomutts. There are some stiles.  It can be muddy in parts so wellies will be required in all but the driest weather.
More details about the walk can be found at

We have tried to provide a variety of hides to cater for all tastes. Tweezers and a pencil may be required for some caches

Please take care retrieving and replacing this cache and watch out for the barbed wire.

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