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GAGB CITO Memory Lane

Since 2013, the GAGB has promoted either a CITO Weekend or a CITO Week every September. Unfortunately, due to the current situation and restrictions, this month's CITO Week did not take place. 

Instead, join us as we take a trip down memory lane, looking back on the 80 GAGB CITOs that have been held so far.

Posted by: Griff Grof on 21st Sep 2020
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GAGB Cornwall CITO

Our February GAGB CITO is now published - GC8JN0H! The clean up will take place along the Holywell Beach and Coastal Path (Cornwall) on Wednesday February 12th, from 15:30. We hope to see you there!

Posted by: Griff Grof on 29th Jan 2020
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GAGB CITO Week

Get ready for GAGB CITO Week, beginning on Saturday September 14th and ending on Sunday September 22nd. That’s nine full days! We encourage you to organise a CITO for GAGB CITO Week. Two profile badges are up for grabs - one for organisers, and another for attendees. In addition, as it falls within Groundspeak’s autumn CITO season, attendees will also obtain an official souvenir.

Posted by: Griff Grof on 4th Jun 2019
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GAGB Annual Weekend 2018

GAGB Annual CITO Weekend 2018

The GAGB can now confirm that the GAGB Annual CITO Weekend 2018 will be the weekend of Saturday 15th September and Sunday 16th September.  It is not as difficult as you may think to organise a CITO event.

Posted by: Admingray on 11th May 2018
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GAGB Annual Weekend 2017

We are excited to confirm details of the GAGB Annual Weekend 2017; CITO (Cache In Trash Out) Events will be held on September 23rd & 24th. We invite all GAGB members to organise their own CITO events.

Posted by: Griff Grof on 17th Jul 2017
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GAGB Annual Weekend 2016

We are excited to confirm details on the GAGB Annual Weekend 2016; CITO (Cache In Trash Out) Events will be held on September 17th & 18th. We invite all GAGB members to organise their own CITO events.

Posted by: Griff Grof on 27th Jun 2016
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Geocaching CITO Week

It's CITO week! Has anyone attended a CITO event this weekend?

Posted by: sharant on 16th Apr 2016

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