Mar 2, 2014
This is the Contryside Code episode of The Oh Beep! Geocaching Podcast.
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E mail from DarrylW4: This is a question about your personal caching habits; Were you to happen across a geocache torn apart (perhaps smashed as it dropped from its hiding place by a storm) and the log destroyed, what might you do?
Keith Stewart - London to Amsterdam Football League Challenge 2014. Between the 6th and 8th of June 2014, Keith is riding from London to Amsterdam to help raise money for Prostate Cancer UK. To send donations go to www.justgiving.com/nottsfan.
The first event this week is one sent to us by Daniel Bull, on Facebook...
Apollo Ferret's 5th Hot Pot & Roulette Evening
by Apollo Ferret | GC4XPXG | Northwest England, United Kingdom
BBH #75 Bordering on Old Age
by happy_hunter_hp20 and Alibags | GC4XGA5 | Southern England, United Kingdom
THE CUNNING CACHERS MARCH MEET
by The Teddies | GC4Z2F0 | Southern England, United Kingdom
by Jacaru | GC4TPX8 | East Midlands, United Kingdom
by Boggin's Dad | GC4Z8PK | East Midlands, United Kingdom
Pi Day meet at the "Pi"geon Tower
by The Magna Defender | GC4TBCC | Northwest England, United Kingdom
March Meet 2014
by Team Bentley | GC4XE3Q | Northwest England, United Kingdom
A Fifty:Fifty Chance Of A Centenary Celebration
by The Amasons and Jacaru | GC4YB79 | East Midlands, United Kingdom
by oluffar | GC4YJ0V | Northwest England, United Kingdom
by Foggy46 WP | GC4YZBW | Northwest England, United Kingdom
Brew with a View - Mar 2014 - Pendle Hill
by Jurassic Parkinsons | GC4Y446 | Northwest England, United Kingdom
This isn't a new site, but we thought it was a cool one for people who like to plan their caching and walks. www.geocachetrails.com
The Island Cache by Geo Paul
What is it?
From the Natural England website:
"The Countryside Code applies to all parts of the countryside. Most of it is just good common sense, designed to help us all to respect, protect and enjoy our countryside.
The Code, which applies in England and Wales, makes it clear what the responsibilities are for both the public and the people who manage the land.
The Countryside Code started life in the 1950s as the Country Code. It was updated in 2012."
Respect Other People...
Protect the natural environment ...
Enjoy the outdoors...
You can find more information on the Countryside Code at www.naturalengland.org.uk