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Monthly Mid-Week Meet in Sussex - #116

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Hidden : Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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Wednesday 15th November 2017

Monthly Mid-Week Meet in Sussex #116


The Crow and Gate



From 19:00 – 22:00

Uckfield Road,
East Sussex,

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This is a new venue for the Sussex meets and hopefully be a good venue for future meets???

There in an online menu available to look at ahead of time if you so wish. I will be giving the pub a heads up on the number of eaters. So please remember to add it to your log (see above)

The events are scheduled to take place on the third Wednesday of each month at different locations across Sussex. Each event is hosted by a different cacher or caching team. Anyone who feels the urge to host one of these events is asked to contact Paul Tootsie's Trackers through his profile.

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22 Logged Visits

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