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Soup and Sausage Stroll – 7th November

The Village Hall and Playing Hall Committee is trying  something a little different in place of the usual outdoor November Coffee Morning.
Soup, hot drinks, cake and bbq sausages will be available between 12.00pm and 1.30pm at the playing field.

To make room for all this food there will be ample time to take a stroll. The Committee have put together a Geocache route through the village, starting and ending at the playing field. Geocaching is a worldwide ‘Treasure hunt’ that can be accessed for free, via the Geocaching App.  Alternatively further information and a route map will be available on the Brentor village website from November. Geocaches are small containers that will hold a notepad, pen, stamps and some other small trinkets.  Should you wish to take a trinket, please follow the rule “take something, leave something!” Further rules on geocaching can be found on the geocaching website.  Should any geocaches get misplaced or damaged please report this to Anna Percival  at
Of course you could follow your own route…….. or just come for the food!
As with all village fund raising events the Committee asks you to observe the Covid-19 regulations in force at the time.  Guidance will be given on the website and on the posters displayed.

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