By Sounds 3: Don't you want to go to Dorking?
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The next in this "tuneful" series.
The coords given (N 51 13.948; W 000 19.828) are for the White Horse Hotel, one of the oldest pubs in the town. The cache is a nano cache within 150 feet or so of this spot but that means it will be impossible to find from this info alone.
There are two ways to find the cache.
1) I've provided a musical clue to the cache location. If you solve the clue and look around you will find what you need. The musical clue is in the form of another horrible polyphonic ringtone which can be downloaded here:
As with Dorking By Sounds 1, it is from another favoured artist of my late teenage years, although this song is not one of my favourites (even in its normal format).
2) Make the short walk from the White Horse to these coords
N 51 13.893 W 000 19.979
They are for the heart of Dorking itself, at the confluence of North St, West St, South St and East St (now called High St). Look carefully around at this corner and see the most interesting thing/structure there. If you are in any doubt, ask a local what the name of the corner is. The hiding place of the final cache is a similar thing/structure. If you walk back to the starting coords (White Horse) from here, then you will pass the place where the cache is.
Good luck and please don't leave any spoilers in the logs. Please replace the nano exactly as you found it, avoiding the gaze of passing muggles. It may be fiddly to extract the logbook, you know the way nanos are. There is no pen or pencil so please bring your own.
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum