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The co-ordinate above is for a parking area on the village green. Here is also a nice pub, where you can start or finish with a drink and meal. There are three clues, which will lead you to a micro cache, where inside you will find the final co-ordinates to the final cache.
This is a geological themed cache, so may be of interest if you like “big” history!
N51 56.826 E000 11.816
Clue one: How many cricketers can you see playing the game? Answer A
N51 57.(A-2)3(A+1) E000 1A.0A0
Clue two: When did George Beaumont Beeman die? BCDE
N51 57.22E E000 B2.2(C-6)(D-5)
Clue three: When was Stuart Ridley Ennals born? FGHI (hint: A place to rest your bones?)
N51 57.3H3 E000 1F.G7I
The micro cache is a small jam jar with the final co-ordinates visible through the glass.
The final cache is a small Tupperware container in a black bin bag.
Inside is a booklet explaining the geology of the area. PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THIS BOOKLET. Email us if you would like a copy.
Original contents are:
Cuddly Otter keyring
Tape measure keyring
2 Fruity rubbers
Metal Sergeant stripes
Comedy Moments DVD
3 x Music CDs
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