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The Happening 26 - 12th Night at The Tree

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Hidden : Monday, 06 January 2014
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A meeting to take the decorations down and to swap stories/ bugs, and to about how cold it's previously been (who remembers that?)

The Happening - an evening of fun and frivolity with like minded cachers, to finish the Christmas season with a (fill in the blank).

Monday 6th January - 6.30pm

All good things come to an end, and to mark the end of the Christmas period, let's get together and clean off the rest of the mince pies and Christmas cake!

We'll meet at Christmas Tree 2013 at 6.30pm. Bring with you some food, drinks, a torch/ light, TB's to swap etc.

Please log below if you intend to come along

One last thing - Don't leave it til then to do Christmas Tree 2013. We want the tree to look its best long before then.

After the decs are down, and we're cold, we'll then adjourn to the Three Horseshoes, in Willian.

  • When? - Monday January 6th, at 6.30pm at The Tree, the 7.30pm at the Three Horseshoes
  • Where? - At the Tree, then The Three Horseshoes, Willian. They do beer, food, have tables, a bar... It's a pub!
  • What? - To take down the Tree decorations, then to get together to swap TBs, stories, make plans to rule the world for caching days together
  • Why? - Why not?

PS This event is NOT weather dependent - Previously, there has been 8 inches of snow (at least) and temperatures of about -5 degrees!

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