The Bounds of Vag Hill Warren.
Title Box – Vag Hill Warren Lower triangular boulder next to tree = 182º and 75p, RH chimney of cream house = 355º, Apex of white house = 256º. Box in cave under a small rock which is to the left of veg. covered slab.
Heartor - Cross = 131.5º, RH edge of trees = 325º, Triangular boulder beside outcrop = 210.5º. Box is under the bottom end of a large veg. covered rock.
Cornetor - Haytor = 071º, RH edge of trees = 339.5º, LH edge of nearby stack = 167.5º, Centre of cairn = 003º, Lone fir tree = 280º. Box under small veg. covered rock.
Warrener - RH telegraph pole = 194º, Lone tree on horizon = 331º, LH edge of highest part of tor = 074º. Box under part veg. covered rock which is 3p from sapling with gorse growing around it.
Rowbrook - Nearest telegraph pole = 089.5º, Dead tree = 174º, Centre stack of Combestone tor = 242º. Box is under the top end of a 6ft x 4ft sloping slab.
Darte - RH tree at Combestone tor = 247.5º, Box 20p from wall under lower trunks of a holly tree that is surrounded by rocks in a small grove of holly and oak.
Logator - RH tree at Combestone tor = 252º, Outcrop of subject = 150º. Box is 1p from tall gorse bush, 12p from wall corner, 10p from large holly tree and is under a small middle stone that is between 2 moss covered boulders.
Comson - HP Sharp Tor = 062º, Apex of white house = 002.5º, Centre of large, square boulder = 273.5º. Box is 8p from holly tree in a cave between long boulder with small, squarish boulder leaning against it.
Holne Cleyves - RH edge of fence = 200.5º, Lone, dead tree by leat = 303º, Corndon = 029º. Box in a muliti-trunked tree.
Whortaparke - HP Sharp Tor = 337.5º, LH Haytor = 051º, LH mast = 121º. Box is in crack of rock face and 8p from a holly tree.
Warrener - Middle chimney = 333º, TV = 283º, Centre of pointed rock = 095º. Box under a small 3 x 2 slab which is by a large triangular boulder.
If any of the stamps go missing they will not be replaced and I have no extra copies, so please think carefully before handing to other people. Other folk may well be visiting the boxes after you and they won’t appreciate finding an empty site!