Upper Hopton is a semi-rural village nestling in the foothills of the Pennines. It is 600ft above sea level and occupies an enviable position between Dewsbury and Huddersfield.
Further information can be found at www.upperhoptonvillage.co.uk
More information on the church and Hopton Hall can be found at the nearby Church Micro cache https://coord.info/GC5XZF0 by Flash & Grubby
Upper Hopton Telephone Box
One of Upper Hoptons quaintest features is its decommisioned telephone box at the main cache page coordinates which the local community has adopted and spruced up, and which they decorate at different times of the year to celebrate the seasons, festivities or local events - at the time of writing it was decked out to celebrate Hopton in Bloom's Gold award at the Yorkshire in Blooms awards in 2017
Further images of the letterbox decked out in different themes can be seen at www.upperhoptonvillage.co.uk/telephone-box
Go to the telephone box's nearby partner in crime just up the street and using information there determine:
A= the hour of the latest collection in the area (some way away)
B= the hour of the last collection time Monday to Friday
C= Hour of last collection time on Saturdays
D= at what hour or later is there a collection just down the road
E= The fourth digit of both the telephone and fax numbers
F= Number of the building on Denby Dale Road
The cache is located at N53 39.ABC W1 42.DEF
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