Gagb New Forest Agreement

FC England usually supports geocaching, but you need to get permission before placing a cache on their land. There are certain areas of the FC where the agreement allows geocaches to be put without contacting them first. These districts are listed here in the database. You can view the full agreement on the Bournemouth Borough Council website – click here, where it contains a contact email address for the park department to request permission. This database contains a list of framework agreements with landowners on geocaching activities on their land. All agreements can be listed here, whether the MEMBERS OF THE GAGB participated in their negotiations. After consultation with the Trees and Woodlands Officer, geocaching is permitted at the following sites: Hearsall Wood, Plants Hill Wood, Pig Wood, Park Wood, Stivichall Woods, Ten Shilling Wood, Wainbody Wood North. These sites can be accessed between June 1 and January 31. This is done by taking into account birds that do not have Nice. Geocaching is never allowed at the following sites: Binley Little Wood, Coundon Community Wood, Kenilworth Road Spinney, Tile Hill Wood, Wainbody Wood South, Limbrick Wood, Willenhall Wood. For more information on forests, please contact our Trees and Woodlands Officer, Tim Rose at (024) 7683 5200. The holder of the authorisation is authorised to make geocache in New Forest and Dorset, on the lands of Forestry England, under the following conditions. For every cache in our Dorset forests, prior consent is required – To know that not all forests belong to us, there are a few that are rented, some sites may have restrictions due to harvesting, species and habitats – so it is necessary to agree on each site in advance.

The cover must not be of a capacity greater than 3 liters (suncher size) made of plastic material with a 4-slip-lock lid.) Most importantly, the cache must be placed in such a way that it does not cause danger, damage or disturbance to the flora or fauna. Caches should not be buried and holes should not be dug to place a cache and should not be hidden in animal holes or races. Do not place caches on islands where it would be necessary to wade in the water and disturb pond life or wildlife. Caches should not be placed on trees, where it would take climbing to retrieve them. Obey all signs and distractions. All materials and materials created by the authorisation holder in combination with this authorisation or other advertisements must be recognised and fully recognised by Forestry England. THE SITE The area on which the rights are granted: – New Forest and Dorset – please notify us by email from Caches for New Forest and before each headquarters in Dorset. Only condos Permission is granted at the discretion of the Forest District Manager, who may revoke them at any time. CONDITIONS a. The activities and their locations are defined by the assistant survey service and carried out within the new forest. An agreed maximum of 250 physical caches can be placed simultaneously on Forestry England land.

b. Cache owners can only own 10 caches at a time. To place another cache, you must first archive a previous cache that they have. c. Geocache Placers/Geocachers are responsible for the safety of the area and/or road(s). .