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Monthly Mid-Week Meet in Sussex # 142

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Hidden : Wednesday, 15 January 2020
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15 January 2020, 19:00 - 21:30

Monthly Mid-Week Meet in Sussex #142

19:00 – 21:30. 15th January 2020

The Black Horse.
High Street
BN14 0SX



I have reserved the seating area in the Conservatory which is to the left as you go in through the main door. Food is available, their December Menu can be viewed by clicking the link. As soon as the January one is publised I will make it available. Would you please indicate on your "Will Attend" log whether you intend to eat, so that I can give the pub a rough idea of numbers.

The Monthly mid-week cache events in Sussex have been running for some time. They are now into the twelfth year, and they have become solid fixtures in the diaries of cachers across the South East. This meet is open to all cachers from near and far. New cachers are always particularly welcome. It's a great chance to put faces to names. If you need help with a hard to find cache, a technical problem or an unfathomable puzzle, there will almost certainly be someone who will be able to help you. So please don't be shy. Come along and introduce yourself.

The events are scheduled to take place on the third Wednesday of each month, at different locations across Sussex. Each event is hosted by a different cacher or caching team. Anyone who feels the urge to host one of these events, please contact Tootsies Trackers - Paul through his profile.

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