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Hidden : Sunday, 26 January 2020
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

26 January 2020, 12:00 - 17:00

The Christmas and New Year is over, so what now?  How about a geocahing event?

This will be the 7th annual event at this venue.  Blimey  where does the time go? The previous years have been quite successful and hopefully the same again this year. Bourne is town on the A15 situated between Peterborough and Sleaford. The town has some multies, puzzles, and traditional caches with interesting containers. There are quite a few series within 20 mile radius. There will be a FTF for the event. Cards will be provided for you to sign to enter. There will be activies for young and old geocachers and maybe the obligatory Mingle Bingo. The venue in the Jubilee Garage on North Street http//:www.jubileegaragebourene.com/ which is an interesting venue in itself. The event will be from 12 noon until 5 pm. They serve food from 12 to 5. The menu is on their website. The venue has let me use upsatirs for the event, but will also let us eat downstairs too, if upsatirs gets too full. Unfortunately no lift to upstairs. In previous years there have been between 30 andt 50 attendees, although they came and went throughout the afternoon. There are caches and multies within walking distance of the venue. There is parking at the Wellhead Car Park for free and paid parking at the M&S Car Park near the Corn Exchange/Library. Or you may be lucky and find a space on the main road as its a Sunday.

Look forward to seeing you.

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