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GAGB Start of the Year 2020

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Hidden : Sunday, 26 January 2020
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26 January 2020, 14:00 - 16:00


The Geocaching Association of Great Britain (GAGB)

Sunday 26th January 2020

2pm until 4pm

Village Hall, Yarnfield, Staffordshire, ST15 0XN.

Our second "Start the Year" event! This is packed with fun activities and useful info for all types of geocachers.

  • We'll have a makers' workshop - helping you to make interesting cache containers, and from experience that'll include some people asking others to make things for them! We'll play matchmaker and provide some of the equipment to help that.
  • We'll have advice and guidance on how to solve puzzles and ciphers, and how to find disguised caches. We've got plenty of samples for you to get your handle on and workout what to do.
  • We'll have information on the three Mega events in the UK in 2020. Let's see if we can help you plan your "stay-cations"!
  • We will announce the winners of our Racing Hounds Trackable Race. Prizes will be issued during the event, but if a winner cannot attend their prize will be posted promptly after.
  • But also, we'll have info on other significant events (including Megas and Gigas) around Europe and the North America - this is a great event to come meet up with fellow travellers and align plans.
  • The location is great for geocaching - if you are new to the area why not make a full day or a weekend of it? There are lots of geocaches nearby.

There is plenty of free parking at the site.

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