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Berrow Dunes - Brilliant Coast

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Hidden : Sunday, 26 April 2020
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Geocache Description:

26 April 2020, 11:00 - 13:00

Come and join Somerset Wildlife Trust at Berrow Dunes Local Nature Reserve for a CITO Event.

Date:    26 April 2020

Time:    11.00 - 13.00

This is part of Somerset Wildlife Trust's coastal project, for more information click here.

Come along to Berrow Local Nature Reserve and take part in a woodland litter pick in this beautiful nature reserve in the dunes.  There will be some new caches published in the morning There will be experienced geo-cachers on hand if you are new to geocaching who will show you what to do and walk you round. Participants will have the chance to win a treat at the end of the event by collecting special information hidden in some of the caches. There will be refreshments and biscuits available for all participants to enjoy. Geodogs are welcome to attend.

Meeting point and parking:

We shall be meeting at the Berrow Dunes free car park (2m height restriction) on the Berrow to Brean Coast Road at 11.00am (sat nav: TA8 2AX). Parking is limited, however come to the car park and if it is full our volunteers can point you towards parking nearby. Download this to your phone, if the small car park is full.

Dress: Come dressed for the weather. Bring sturdy walking boots or wellies and warm, waterproof clothing just in case!


Wildlife Trust staff will give a briefing on what to expect before you start

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