Brighton, United Kingdom

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The Brighton graticule covers the part of the United Kingdom (UK) from 50° to 51° latitude, and from -1° to -0° longitude. It includes the towns of Chichester, Bognor Regis and many other places along the South coast. Unfortunately, only about 20% of this graticule is land, so most of the hash locations are in the sea; in this case the local custom for Saturday meetups is to get to the coast, as near to the hashpoint as possible.


[edit] Planned expeditions

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[edit] Successful expeditions

[edit] 2016

All geohashers are cordially invited to the 2016 geohashing day meetup in the Cambridge UK graticule.

  • 21 May 2016 (Sat): An excellent celebration of Geohashing Day will take place at the (as yet unknown) hashpoint at 4pm. Tongs and Sourcerer have so far confirmed. If the weather is likely to be fine, a picnic has been proposed!

[edit] 2015

  • 2015-01-19 50 -0 Sourcerer visited the deep-frozen hashpoint on common heath-land north of North Chailey, East Sussex, UK. 2 of 7 today.

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