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GAGB On Tour #10 - Makers' Madness in Yarnfield

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Hidden : Saturday, 14 July 2018
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The Geocaching Association of Great Britain (GAGB)

invite you to our Makers' Madness event. Come and learn how to make fantastic cache containers, or watch other people make them and convince them to make one for you!

Saturday 14th July FROM 1-4pm

Yarnfield Village Hall
Yarnfield Lane
Yarnfield, Stone
Staffordshire ST15 0NJ

We'll supply some glue guns and tools, as well as some raw materials - and why not bring your own along too? - let's start building some unusual containers.

If you use our supplies all we ask is that you make two - and donate one of them as a prize for our famous GAGB Map Game. besides that request, everything is free, what we're interested in is encouraging you to place cache containers that are interesting!

Volunteers Welcome too!

If you'd like to help us organise - perhaps sorting out tables & chairs, making some teas or coffees, etc, just come along a bit earlier and stay a bit longer. In payment for your time you can nab a cache container that someone else made & donated to the GAGB!

Choose the best cache container

By the end of the event we'll pick a cache container and place it nearby - you've got to help us decide the best one. Then you can all go find it!

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