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Another lovely series of caches starting and ending in the pretty village of Fringford to compliment my "Lark Rise to Candleford series
BRIEF HISTORY OF FRINGFORD
Fringford is an ancient site and seems to have been inhabited for most of the past 2000 years. The name is thought to mean "ford of the people of Fera", a Saxon tribe or family group, who were here well before the Norman Conquest. In 1993 traces of an earlier Romano-British settlement, from the late 2nd century to the 4th century, were found in Crosslands in the centre of the village. More recent evacuations in Farriers Close revealed a series of Iron Age Romano-British boundary ditches overlain by Saxon and medieval settlements.
you are looking for a small cliplock box.
FTF Homours to Barn End
Nf gur gvgyr fnlf.