To place an order for one or more Clues To Go routes & pay for these using  either Credit Card or PayPal, please fill in the boxes below, then click on the 'Confirm Order' button at the bottom of the page. We will e-mail the route's question & answer pages to you, usually within a few hours. If you order hardcopies to be posted to you, please allow 5 days for delivery (the answer pages are sealed in a separate envelope, in case you don't want to see these yourself before use). 


STEP   1.

Please insert in the relevant boxes either your e-mail address, & your postal address (depending on how you wish to receive your order).

  e-mail address                              

 confirm e-mail address             

Where did you find out about Clues To Go?

name & postal address

STEP   2.

Confirm one of the four options below:-

  Charge for  ONE route's questions & answers , e-mailed to you  - £3.65.  

  Charge for ONE route's questions & answers, posted to you in a sealed envelope - £4.95.

  Charge for THREE routes' questions & answers, e-mailed to you - £6.65.

  Charge for THREE routes' questions & answers, posted to you in sealed envelopes - £10.85.

STEP   3.

Select the first route you require:-

Route No. 1 Required:

If you are ordering three routes, select the next two here:-

Route No. 2 Required:

Route No. 3 Required:

STEP   4.

For security, please type in here:- , what you see here-> 

After filling in  the relevant boxes in the order form above, confirm your selection by

clicking on the button below. You will then be directed to a web page explaining how

 to pay using either your Credit Card or PayPal.

Although every effort is made to ensure that the questions on Clues To Go routes relate to features that are expected to be around for at least the next ten years, and although we do routinely re-visit sites and update these, it is always possible that a feature or building may have changed or been destroyed and this is beyond our control.

It is recommended that if you are using a Clues To Go route for a team event, then you do a 'dry run' yourself, before the event, to ensure that none of the features referred to have recently been removed.