Cache number 12 in the series is St Peters in Newdigate
There was a Church on this site in the late 12th century, founded by the de Warennes, Earls of Surrey The church building is of interest in itself; the chancel, nave and south aisle were built in the 12th century, of which many features remain, although partly reconstructed from the original stone in 1875. The oak timber-framed tower, which now houses six bells, has been dated by dendrochronology to 1525.
There are a few parking spaces next to the church In Old School Lane
A Simple offset cache, the coordinates will take you to a spot get the info you need.
N 51.09.909 W 00.17.312 In memory of George Green AB.3.190C – 30.10.9D
Cache is at N 51.09. C ( D - 2 ) B W 00.17.A ( A + B ) D
The cache has a log book only plus micro certificates and hand made micro churches for the first few finders but no pen so please bring one with you
If any body would like to expand to this series please do, I would just ask that you could let me know first so I can keep track of the Church numbers and names to avoid duplication
To view the church micro stats & information page, please click here