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Hampshire Monthly Mid-Week Meet # 122

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Hidden : Wednesday, 13 March 2019
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13 March 2019, 19:00 - 22:00

Hampshire Monthly Mid-Week Meet # 122

Wednesday 13th March from 7pm to 10pm

The Plough & Horses, 90 Fleet Road, Cove, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 9RG, Tel 01252 545199


The Plough & Horses has a car park, and there is lots of on street parking next to the pub.   If you're coming via the M3, Junction 4a is the best exit.

Please leave a 'Will Attend' note on the cache page so we can get some idea of the numbers expected and let the pub know.  

The traditional wooden chest will be available for the dropping off, swapping and discovering of Geocoins and Travel Bugs.

There will be the usual raffle with approx 15 prizes on offer, totalling around £100 in value.

Those of you who have attended previous Hampshire events will not need reminding to bring enough change to get plenty of tickets!

If you have not been to an Event Cache before, then do please feel free to come along.

We don't bite, and you can be assured of a warm welcome!   We hope that seeing as this event is in NE Hampshire on the Surrey/Berkshire border that cachers from these 2 counties and any others of course will come along and meet cachers they don't normally bump into.   These events are great for the caching chit-chat and to get some great tips and hints on those unsolved puzzle caches. 

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