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YM18 One Last Big One?

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Hidden : Sunday, August 5, 2018
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One Last Big One?Sheep


Where ? - The Campsite, Newby Hall
When ? - Sunday 5th August 19:00 - 22:00
What ? - One Last Big One?

Well folks, that time has come, it is our last night together in the marquee.

There will be nonsense and silliness, some music, some laughter and you know damn well, there'll be a bit of fundraising.

You'd imagine the bar will want to sell out, so you might even see a bit of a reduction...

So come and join us in the big tent, for one last hurrah and let thoughts of packing wait until the morning

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This event has been placed as part of the week of caching fun around The 10th Anniversary UK Mega Event - Yorkshire 2018



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