Church Micro - 1512 Bicknor
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Bicknor Church is situated out in the country. The terrain may be unsuitable for buggies etc in the worst conditions though parking is available.
The Church of St James at Bicknor is a rare find in the heart of the orchards - with no village to keep it company. It is an entirely 19th century rebuild, by Bodley, of a medieval church. It uses clunch (local hard chalk) rather than the more usual flint in this part of Kent. A small church it may be, but it is of noble proportions, with a tall narrow chancel and splendid towering reredos. Imagine it by candlelight and you will see it as the Victorians did. The church is not normally open.
If anybody would like to expand to this series please do, I would just ask that you could let Sadexploration know first so he can keep track of the Church numbers and names to avoid duplication.
The original cache was muggled a while back but a new cunning cache has been created to replace it. As before there is no pen so you need to bring your own. You will also need a pin/paperclip anything small and poky to help get the log out.
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