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GAGB Story Competition

Have you got a great geocaching story to tell? If so, here’s a fun project for you to spend your time on! The GAGB are running a competition to find the best geocaching story out there! We invite you to submit up to two stories (between 500-2,000 words) by July 31st 2020. Find out more here.

Posted by: Griff Grof on 3rd Apr 2020
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Seeker Issue 40

Welcome to our winter edition! In this issue, find out what you must do while visiting Seattle this summer, read about two trips (one to Alicante in search of Signal the Frog® and a Texan cacher's visit to the UK), learn how to place a geocache, find out more about the three UK Mega events set to be held later this year, meet the GAGB committee, and lots more!

Posted by: Griff Grof on 2nd Mar 2020
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GAGB Shropshire Event

 

UPDATE 18/03/20: EVENT NOW CANCELLED DUE TO GOVERNMENT ADVICE DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS (TO AVOID GATHERINGS IN VENUES SUCH AS PUBS). We hope to hold this event another time.

Our next roving event is now published (GC8KK9R)! We hope to see you on Saturday March 21st, between 2-4pm, at The Boathouse cafe (table 78) in Ellesmere, Shropshire!

This is a chance to learn

Posted by: Griff Grof on 20th Feb 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 Trackable Race Winners

Our ‘Racing Hounds’ trackable race began in January 2019, and concluded a couple of weeks ago. Between them, 76 tags travelled almost 500,000 kilometres, visiting 31 countries across 5 continents. We are now pleased to announce the winners...

Posted by: Griff Grof on 21st Jan 2020
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GAGB 2019/20 Committee Elections Results

Election Results for 2019/20 GAGB Committee.

Posted by: Griff Grof on 25th Nov 2019
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GAGB Accounts for Year Ending 30.09.19

The GAGB accounts for the financial year (ending 30.09.19) can be found here.

Posted by: Griff Grof on 12th Nov 2019

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