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We love doing the treasure trails!
Not yet done the trail, but the order process is simple and the trail sheet you download is well produced and looks really good.
I am looking forward to some family time completing thetrail.
None it was fine
Good length, interesting route.
We had a wonderful time, as always. Thanks so much!
We did this trail as a family walk on Father's Day. Everyone engaged with it - grandparents, parents and grandchildren. The clues were clear but not too easy and we discovered some hidden gems in a town which we have known and visited for over twenty years. Thoroughly recommend.

We did the East Grinstead Treasure Trail on Sunday 8th March and were disappointed. Two of the clues did not work, one was a map which had obviously been changed since the Trail was written and the other had two words that matched two different clues. We made the wrong choice and submitted the wrong answer.
The walk was relatively short and could have been extended to East Court where there is a children’s play area and The Meridian Line. Instead the route was along a busy main road and the Church yard. This is the fifth trail I have done and it was far inferior to the others, and for no reason.
An absolutely brilliant day out. It really made you see and appreciate what is on your doorstep. Even our elderly mum had a lovely day out. I would highly recommed this.
Have done 3 treasure trails in different locations and enjoyed them all. It is a nice walk and you visit interesting streets that you would miss out on.

The clues and good and some of them are quite testing which is also good.

Would highly recommend and have done so.
Just completed the Chelmsford trail today with our grandsons. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it and I have learned a lot about a place I thought I knew quite well.


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