The cache is placed in memory of a lovey lady, one who really made a difference. She was involved in her community and did a lot for charity, she was kind, fun and a very good judge of character. I was on a charity hike walking through this area in 2013 when I heard that she'd passed away. On a lighter note many years ago this lovely lady had a fruit and veg stall in Plymouth market and when we met much later working for an Insurance company she introduced me to Pink Lady apples, which have remained my most favourite apple ever since.
For a short walk which will be approx 1.2 miles in total you can park on the road between Princetown and Two Bridges, there's a couple of lay-by's, one is right by the gate to the footpath, which will take 2 or 3 cars. Follow the path through the field and down towards the river. For a longer walk take the footpath from Princetown past Batchelors Hall, don't cross the river justt yet, walk alongside until you reach the wooden bridge then cross over.
The cache is a film pot inside a larger container, will hold geocioins but not much else