Anthony confirms that The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is willing to consider such requests on a case-by-case basis.
The locations of the parks and open spaces is available on the website.
Parks and open spaces
The following conditions must be met:
The permission should be obtained before the geocache is placed.
Ensure the cache container is clearly marked, stating that the content is harmless and giving the placer's email address or other contact method.
Only items that would be deemed safe and acceptable for an unaccompanied child to find should be placed in the cache.
No cache may be placed in such a way as to risk damage or disturbance to any Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) or Scheduled Ancient Monument (SAM). Protect our heritage.
No items of food or drink of any kind should be placed in the cache.
Caches must not be buried, and holes must not be dug in order to place a cache.
Caches must not be hidden in animal holes or runs.
Cache containers must not be placed inside a polythene bag.
Fences should never be crossed when placing or seeking a cache.
No caches should be of a commercial nature, either in location or content.
Maintenance of the cache is the responsibility of the placer.
When leaving the cache site, after finding or hiding a cache, there must be no visual sign of disturbance.
Please do not bring geocaching into disrepute, never drive your car anywhere other than on the highways and byways, and always park sensibly in approved places only.
Other conditions may be requested depending on location.
Parks and Countryside Manager
Parks and Countryside
Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
Town Hall, St Ives Road, Maidenhead, Berks SL6 1RF
13th Dec 2019.
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