The loop is generally all sandy paths, well protected from winds in the winter by all the trees
It can easily be split into two separate routes
It will be a pleasant walk overall. Initially an out and back loop goes to the bike jump area.
While the second half goes on a few less well known paths and back lanes/paths based around Church Lane. (parts may be damp but still good)
There may be poor GPS coverage, but hopefully the good hints will help.
A sign for Edgewick Farm meets you here. Obtain information from it.
i) When was land acquired? 200A. (A= 3, 1 or 2)
ii) When did George Ringer retire? 200B. (B=3, 2 or 0)
iii) How many letters in the bird at bottom RHS of sign? (C= 8, 6 or 4)
iv) Billy Considine ran the farm from DEF2 to 19G9? (D=2 or 1), (E=0 or 9), (F=2, 3 or 4), (G=3 or 5)
From above, FINAL CACHE COORDINATES:- N5A BB.C(A+D)(2xF) w 000 (C-D)E.AAE
BE CAREFULL, follow narrow path down to the sign. Barbed fence close on your right.
After the coords calculated the Cache is 200m North of you. Carry on the path.
Cache is a special.