Please ensure you replace the log in the little plastic bag before returning it to the container. Failure to do this means the log gets wet as soon as we have some rain.
You are looking for a small magnetic cache, which is wheelchair accessible and is not in the church. You will be in a very public area so stealth is required. Sleight of the hand should find it and you can then move a little further away to complete the log. Sleight of hand should enable it to be returned to the same spot, but please ensure it goes back to the same position, so it remains accessible to those in wheelchairs and invisible. (Please bring your own pen.)
Holy Trinity dates from around the middle of the 13th century and is well worth a visit.
It is the Parish Church of Coventry city centre and is fully wheelchair accessible. It has 14th Century misericords, a 15th Century pulpit and font and Victorian pews. There are several stained glass windows, including Victorian, 1920s and the beautiful 1950s east and west windows. There are also fragments of medieval glass.
It has one of the best preserved Medieval Doom Paintings in Europe, which featured in the 2010 TV program Seven Ages of Britain, presented by David Dimbleby.
It is open Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 3.30pm and service times on Sundays, but it may be advisable to check with the website first.
The cache has been placed with the permission.
If anybody would like to expand 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
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