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London Event @The Lost River Fleet 18a> Farringdon

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Hidden : Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

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The London Event this month takes place at The John Oldcastle public house near Farringdon Station on Wednesday 14th November from 5pm until closing time, 11pm.

The venue is near the site of the Olde John Oldcastle Tavern that once sat on the banks of the River Fleet which now flows under the road in a sewage pipe in front of this pub. This event takes place half way between two of the Lost River Fleet cache series, so a good place to pause as you sail by.

Hot and cold food is available all evening and so too a vast selection of drinks. This venue is wheelchair user and child friendly, but sadly no dogs are allowed inside. You’ll find us somewhere in this large ground floor venue, look out for the Geocaching flag or collection of TBs on a table.

The London Event takes place randomly mid-week each month and we welcome all Geocachers from all points of the coordinates!

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