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Re: Changes to the placing of caches/events in the UK
« on: September 21, 2017, 08:37:29 pm »
For anyone who was on the twitter hour last night, this is what I was looking for. I knew I had read something somewhere about new guidelines of placing caches underground.

But is this still valid? I can't see it on the GC.com website now, unless I am looking in the wrong place.

I physically placed a new cave cache in the early hours of this morning. But am now working on obtaining permission. Leckhampton area, if anyone has experience getting permission. I will give it a month of trying. If I succeed it could mean the possible placement of another couple in the area at a later date. If not, then it will mean me heading back to TC or OC.uk again.

Probably not on the GC site, it will be one of those guidelines covered by "Other/local laws/guidelines" and explained in the Wiki page for the UK...

(Although, the not disturbing bats in caves has been used by Reviewers in the US for a while, as there is a bat 'sickness' around in the US)
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