St. Peters Parish Church is a light Victorian Gothic building commanding a central position in the High Street, built in 1866-7 by J Colson. Some of the trefoil windows have been reused and date from the 15th or 12th centuries. The Church has been considerably enhanced in the past ten years, with a new inner roof and a complete rebuild of the Bishop Organ. There is a well defined coffee area, a children's corner and a second handbook corner with books on all subjects sold in aid of charity.
At the front of the church, note the dates for Nancy Clay. They are ABCD - EFGH
Wander round the side to admire the East wall. How many large windows are there in this wall? = J
The cache can then be found at :
N51 06.(B-C)(C+J)(H+G) W 001 29.(E+D)(B-E)(E+H)
Note: this is a new location, updated 13/12/12
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
To view the church micro stats page, please click here
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