Who We Are
The Geocaching Association of Great Britain (GAGB). The Association was established in 2003 to provide a national geocaching organisation and serve as a UK point of contact for geocachers, landowners, the media and others with an interest in geocaching.
What We Do
Maintain a database containing details of landowner consents and/or restrictions on the placement of caches, in respect of many parts of the UK; provide a GAGB members' forum; maintain codes of conduct and geocaching guidance; liaise with landowners as necessary; offer support to geocachers generally and provide a national organisation for enquiries about geocaching from the public, the media and others.
The GAGB also produces a bi-monthly full-colour e-magazine, 'Seeker', containing UK caching news, reviews and articles.
Seeker Issue 24
In this issue: GAGB Election Results, Kelly Wood tells us about Geoblogging fun, Dave Palmer (Former GroundSpeak Reviewer) gives some pointers on things to pay attention to when submitting a cache for review, Krystal Tipps and Djeibeli tell us about a trip to GC HQ, *Geocass* reports on the 2014 Halloween Mega, a portrait of Cumbria, a competition to win a signed copy of Geocaching in the UK, useful Geocaching Acronyms, and more...
The GAGB website hosts a database of landowner agreements for geocache placements in the UK.
If you have found a geocache on your land when permission has not been agreed, then please visit our Landowner Contact Page so that we can assist you.
For more information on what a geocache is, please see our What is Geocaching? page.
Also, if you are a landowner who wishes to receive advice on encouraging visitors to your land through the medium of geocaching, then please contact us and we will endeavour to help.