The Armchair Treasure Hunt Club
Newsletters 2017

All members of The Armchair Treasure Hunt Club receive four newsletters each year. The newsletter is written by our members and covers current club hunts, news on other hunts, features on general topics of interest, letters, prize puzzles, general chat, and more!

The newsletter is compiled on behalf of the club by Pete It is edited  by the Club Co-ordinator and Treasurer, Sandra and published electronically on the Club Bulletin Board by Pete.

Details of the other issues: 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

In the latest issues:

Issue 130 - March 2017

Issue 131 - June 2017

   
Issue 130 March 2017 Issue 130 March 2017    
Cover Photo: Wallace and Gromit in search of the Hebden Bridge Spring Hunt treasure

Inside:

Sandra's Spring Review

(late) Summer Event - Twickenham

Mandragora - the story so far

Treasured City - our part in the Scunthorpe gold rush

Poosey and Mapes  – Still playing games

Pablo's Treasure Hunt  – a no brainer this year

Early in the Morning - solution and winner

Simon's News & Clues

Roger's Tea Time Teasers - Three 5 prizes to be won

Spring Event - Hebden Bridge

Cover Photo: Nick celebrating his win of the Hebden Bridge Spring Hunt treasure

Inside:

Sandra's Summer Review

The 'Right Trousers' - Report of Hebden Bridge Spring club meeting

News & Clues

TWGTH - Ron Shore visits London

Twickenham 2007 - Gisela and Steve tease us a little

Roger's Tea Time Teasers - Three 5 prizes to be won

Mandragora - the story so far

The Great FA Cup Mystery - Poosey and Mapes  are still playing games

TATHC Silver Anniversary Memories

   

Submitting articles

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