The Armchair Treasure Hunt Club
Newsletters 2018

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 2018

In the 2018 issues:

Issue 134 - March 2018

Issue 135 - June 2018

Issue 130 March 2017 Issue 130 March 2017    
Cover Photo: Pete digs up The Great FA Cup treasure on behalf of Paul and himself


Sandra's Spring Review

Pablo's Treasure Hunt  – our Psychologicals team win the trophy

Myths and Legends - solution and winner of the first of the series

A Ghostly Tale - The second of our Myths and Legends series

Innominate Hunt  – Paul Dave and Pete name the location

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

DOH!4 - The fourth of Scott's Days Out Hunting

Cover Photo: Sandra Young retires from the club.


Sandra's Summer Review

DOH!4 - The Harlequin Army is vanquished

DOH!4 - The Directors Cut

The Journey - The third Myths and Legends puzzle

A Ghostly Tale - solution and winner of the second Myths and Legends puzzle

News and Clues

Riddle of the Ruins - Club hunt by Charles Cunningham

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

TATHC's Secret Agents in Cambridge - our Pablo's Treasure Hunt prize.


Submitting articles

If you wish to submit an article or letter for publication, please discuss your submission with the eNewsletter editor  then email it directly to the eNewsletter editor in time for the next issue deadline. 

When submitting pictures or image, please ensure they do not exceed 300Kb preferably in Jpeg format. Articles may be sent in black and white as the eNewsletter compiler  will add colour to the magazine and make it  look presentable.

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