It was approaching the Easter Holidays at Farthingbottom School and Class 5M had been asked to clean out the cricket pavilion, ready for the start of the season next term.
Under one of the benches in the "Away" changing room they came across an expensive-looking cricket bag with a number of pads and a several bats in it.
"I think we need to get this bag back to the rightful owner", said Felix, "or at least to the right building."
"Are there any clues who it might belong to?" asked Portia
"There's this," said Randolph, pulling a battered UK atlas out of the bag.
As he pulled it out, a single sheet of paper fell from between the pages.
"These look bowling scoresheets" said Portia.
"Yes, but there's something a bit odd about them - there's not a single extra in any of the overs" replied Felix.
"Look here", said Randolph, "if you hold it up to the light, there's a watermark."
True enough, the outline of a bird could be seen, along with the letters P S C F
"I'm not sure the watermark will help us find what we're looking for", said Portia, "but it might just confirm that we've got the right place."
"How do we know which side of the paper to look at first?", said Randolph.
"Let's just hope it's obvious if we get things in the wrong order" answered Felix.
Question: Can you help Class 5M work out where to send the cricket bag?