How Tickled I Am!

Whitchurch was much beloved by Ken Dodd, and with this 35 layer field from agents Fie1dOG and Warfr0g, you can certainly see why! With sides of around 24, 32 and 36 miles, they bagged over 1.5m MU.

Fabulous work agents!

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Classic!

The St Leger, last of the Classic races, was run last weekend, so they probably sowed some grass seed afterwards. Well, whatever they did, it seems to have come up a treat and this multi-layer field sprang up overnight, eighteen of which are over Doncaster.

Fabulous work agents!

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St Martin’s Cloak

This absolutely awesome 66 layer field, totalling over 760m MU touched British shores earlier today. The north west anchor at Turks’ Head on St Agnes had more than the usual beer, food and lovely views to recommend it!

St Martin of Tours donated half of his cloak to those in need. I am sure this field, covering almost half of France, was of great comfort for those minds nestling beneath it this morning!

Amazing work agents!

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100 layer challenge

A couple of weeks ago, east of Glasgow, six agents stepped up to the 100 layer challenge. Thankfully, as far as we know, they didn’t use nail polish, foundation or clothes! Some layers are still visible as of time of writing!

Fabulous work 1969reeperman, Jacobsminder, Mysterychef1989, CrystalRumbina, Matthew185 and phaous!

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“Like him that travels, I return again”

Back in March, fielding reports paused due to lock down. It’s been a while since restrictions eased, and some fielders have been cautiously heading back out into the field.

Back in late June, this was one of the first sets of fields thrown, featuring 5 agents operating in separate cars clearing and fielding. All in, this operation generated 5.2m MU over 36 layers which were re-thrown nine times for a total of 46.8 million MU. Two agents gained onyx illuminator in the process.

Belated, but much congratulations to all involved!

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