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3) In a hedgerow tucked between the A14 and the railway line to Thetford between Spooner Row and Sutton, Norfolk, UK.
There was a good track with a "No Vehicular Access" sign. So perhaps it was fine for pedestrians. This ran parallel with the A11 main road. Later a mown field perimeter path led to a point about 6 metres from the hashpoint. That was good enough to claim success but the walking conditions were ideal so an alternative route was tried. This led to a locked gate with open pedestrian access at the side leading into field of newly planted vines (probably grape) but they were too small to make a safe identification. There were bee hives. They were sleeping due to the cold and dark. This approach got closer at 2 or 3 metres. The actual point was in a dense hedge with a narrow drainage ditch in the middle. Good enough.
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