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Treasure Hunt 2016

Another year, another treasure hunt – this time with an unprecedentedly cultural theme (unfamiliar territory for the UL…) That’s right – this year saw teams of keen-minded bellringers spreading out across central (and greater) London in quest of clues in…

Treasure Hunt 2015

The event that has been described by some UL members as ‘the highlight of the UL calendar’ this year fell on Saturday 6th June, an excellent day to spend gallivanting round the centre of London in the bright sunshine of…

UL Treasure Hunt 2014

There once was a ringing society Who had trouble maintaining sobriety With lots of tours through the year There is cause for good cheer As I relate one of an energetic variety! Twas on a morning all dreary and grey…

Treasure Hunt 2013

In 2013 the London Underground celebrated its 150th birthday, so the treasure hunt was organised around “any stations in zone 1…

UL Treasure Hunt 2013 THIS SATURDAY: 8th June

Hi All, This Saturday 8th June is the UL Treasure Hunt!! As mentioned in the previous email, this will be based around the London Underground. Meeting place: The Shakespeare’s Head on Kingsway (near Holborn Station) at 9.30am. What you need…

UL Treasure Hunt 2013: 8th June

Hi All, Just a brief note to say that the UL Treasure Hunt will be on Saturday 8th June starting in the morning (time tbc). This year the Treasure Hunt theme is the Underground (within zones 1 & 2) which…

Treasure hunt 2012

This year the treasure hunt was enthusiastically organised by Jenny and Sophie. Nearly 2 months before the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games, the UL were able to show off their own sporting prowess with an Olympic themed day…

ULopoly (Treasure Hunt!) 2011

Photo thanks to: Helen Herriott and Thomas Wood Saturday 11th June saw the day of the famous UL treasure hunt, this year organised by Lizzy and Peter, who had created ULopoly, similar to the traditional monopoly but involving towers through…

Treasure Hunt 2010

The treasure hunt this year was organised by Heather and Jacqui. It was based on the Square Mile, which basically means that most of the answers to the questions could be found within the Square Mile. I say most, as…