Geocaching in Wellington
Geocaches are usually accessible 24/7 and there are around 3 million around the world, with 8 in Wellington.
Geocaching is a free real-world outdoor treasure hunt. Players try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using a smartphone or GPS. It’s fun, free, takes us in to in the great outdoors, and makes walks, especially with children, all the more adventurous. The http://www.geocaching.com website will tell you lots more about this activity.
Part of the fun of geocaching is the chance to take away a small treasure that is in the cache and replace it with something of equal value, so head out armed with some unwanted trinkets. As the mother of young children, I have taken the opportunity to deposit plenty of trinketry in the geocaches I have set around the parish. There is also a log book to sign in each geocache.
Examples of caches in the village are Adzor Amble; Wellington Fun Week 18, Em is for Music. Wellington Fun Week 18 is bursting with treasures for younger geocachers to particularly enjoy.
The link to the geocache Wellington Fun Week 18 is:
Gill Bullock 01432 839109