St Marys Nettlestead was the victim of a German bomber in 1940
and was restored in the 1950s.
It is set in peaceful and lovely Suffolk countryside and because
of the fully protected security system in place is open every
St Marys dates back to Norman times and has an interesting Tudor
south porch. Inside is a carved stone font dating back over 600
For more information check out Simon Knott’s excellent
Suffolk Churches website.
The cache is a camo tube
If anyone would like to expand this Church Micro numbered series please do. Please contact sadexploration via this website, so that he can keep track of the church numbers and names to avoid duplication.
The cache is not located in the churchyard or on/in church property