After enjoying the delights of Devon for the week, this is a chance for us all to remember the ethos of geocaching, to put something back in to the environment and to thank our hosts for their hospitality.
In association with East Devon District Council, between 0900 and 1200 on Sunday the 6th August, we will be clearing a beautiful stretch of Exmouth beach, with views of the magnificent Orcombe Point on the western end of the Jurassic Coast.
From the starting coordinates, we will be moving east toward The Maer nature reserve - but don't worry, if 0900 is too early for you, someone will remain at the coordinates throughout to get you on your way!
There is parking available at Queens Drive and Foxholes (waypoint coords to follow) and in the spirit of conservation, for those travelling from Bicton College, please consider car sharing.
More information will follow when pertinent, for now do please add your will attend, with numbers taking part so that we can make sure we have enough equipment or watch the listing for further details.