PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CACHE TAKES YOU QUITE CLOSE TO THE EDGE OF THE LAKE, SO JUST BE AWARE IF YOU HAVE YOUNG CHILDREN WITH YOU.
Whilst in the area we recommend that you can undertake a walk/cycle around the lake via the 1.5 mile long tarmac path, as this is an easy and enjoyable way to explore the lido. En route is a pub, cafe, sandy beach, children's play area and a miniature railway.
The lake and lido have been used as the setting for various films, including "The Young Ones" staring Cliff Richard, and the original 1958 Titanic movie "A Night To Remember" (visit link).
Free car parking is available at the end of Reservoir Road (this can get very busy during summer weekends) or buses 331 and H13 stop nearby.
If you plan to reach the cache from other directions be aware that your route may be blocked by the miniature railway. There are two access points: the level crossing and at Woody Bay station.
To find the cache :
Go to the published co-ordinates and answer the following question:
Jonathan Goodman lived from ABCD to EFGH
Now proceed to the final location at :
N51 35.D (H-C) (B-5) W000 25.(F-2) G A
The checksum for all digits in the final co-ordinates (both given and calculated) is 50.
The cache is a small lock'n'lock container hidden not far from the published co-ordinates, with room for small swaps and trackables.
PLEASE REHIDE THE CACHE WELL
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