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Staffordshire Church Gems-St Editha Church Eaton

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Hidden : 11/24/2008
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St Editha, Church Eaton

We’d like to thank The Washers for conceiving the idea, initiating the series and inviting other cachers to add to it. Shropshire has its Church Gems, but so does Staffordshire and hopefully they can become just as popular.

St Editha Church is an ancient structure in the Saxon style of architecture with a low tower supporting a spire of modern erection. The south side of the building appears to have been rebuilt in modern times, from the square form of its windows. Earl Talbot is patron of the rectory.

I would like to personally thank Reverend Peter Ashby and Churchwarden Michael Evans for allowing this cache to be placed in church grounds. Please respect your surroundings whilst caching here.

You are looking for a regular size container stuffed inside a camo bag with room for swaps and Tb's/coins

Parking is available close to the church on the approach by the school. If you feel there are too many muggles about, walk around the road at the back of the church and enter the grounds through an iron 'kissing gate'.

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