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Monthly Mid-Week Meet in Sussex # 139

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Hidden : Wednesday, 16 October 2019
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16 October 2019, 18:30 - 21:30

Wednesday16th October 2019

18.30 - 21.30

The Longshore

Brighton Road


BN43 5LD

Walkingmajean looks forward to meeting you at the 139th Monthly Mid-Week Meet in Sussex

A return visit after more than 5 years. The Pub has had several alterations since then & has added to its menu variety. In order to help the kitchen, please could you indicate on your log if you plan to eat, preferably by Monday, 14th October. We have a side room booked. They are going to set us up with 2 long tables of 10 which I hope will prove popular. Don't forget to bring any trackables for moving on or discovering. 

These monthly mid-week events in Sussex have been running for some time now and welcome cachers from near & far. New cachers are especially welcome. Come and find out the faces behind the names. If you have a query or want help with a cache, there is bound to be someone who can help.

The events are scheduled to take place on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at different locations across Sussex. Each event is hosterd by a different cacher or caching team. If you would like to host an event, please contact Tootsie's Trackers via his profile.

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