Approach from east
Turn off the A590 and go through Haverthwaite village, then over Low Wood stone bridge and park on north east side of river. Park on the side of the Clock Tower road and then follow the public footpath opposite for approx 60 yards then go through the gate on your right into a field. Follow the river bank and path until you reach the woods and nature reserve on left. You need to keep walking along the road and eventually get the arrow to swing to the north side of the road. (Previous GZ exposed during tree harvesting 11/2010.) You are now close to the cache, and your GPSr will confirm this.
Approach from west
Park in Greenodd. Cross the Leven estuary and A590. Walk along Cumbria Coastal Way towards Lady Syke Cottages. Tarmac road starts here. Walk along tarmac surface till near enough to head north to location.
Cache location moved to north side of road, 1/1/2011 after original hide exposed by harvesting operations. Still under trees, but location not visible from back road. Although cars on A590 might see you, if they are looking. You can search in secret.
There is parking at Roudsea Woods for permit holders. Near SD 32963 82694
The original contents of the cache were :- Notebook and camera (Now gone), sewing kit, yoyo, Love Is keyring, bubbles, 2 maze games, bouncy eyeball, tea lights, puncture repair kit, farty putty, 2 scented candles, bottle stopper, rabbit picture frame, post it notes, bottle opener, car air freshener.
Things to remove from a cache and not to swap in the first instance. Food stuff, sweets, batteries, coins, plasters (Band-Aid) anything in a sachet, anything liquid, marker pens.
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