Following last year’s fantastic success and celebrating being able to meet outside in small groups safely while restrictions are still in place, South Wight Area Youth have plotted another geo-cache route based on the Easter theme with mouth-watering prizes.
From Monday 29th March to Sunday 4th April the hunt will be on for 20 Holy symbols across the South Wight and a chance to enjoy being out and about again and exploring the countryside.
With a set of instructions, grid references and cryptic clues, participants will be able to locate the hidden symbols, and once found, these will enable them to find the correct word in the reference. With proof of their find submitted to SWAY, they’ll be able to move onto the next symbol. The team who finds all 20 symbols first will win the prize.
Andy Dorning, Lead Youth Worker, said:
“We all enjoyed last year’s geo-cache so much that we wanted to do this again once restrictions allow. This challenge gives us the opportunity to be outside safely but keeps the sense of being all in this together whilst providing the element of competition.”
Everyone will be able to keep up with progress through the week on the website and Facebook page and SWAY is inviting anybody to join in the fun. For further information on the challenge and the work of SWAY, go to www.southwightyouth.org.