St. George's Church is an Anglican church in Trotton, a village in
the district of Chichester, one of seven local government districts
in the English county of West Sussex. Most of the structure was
built in the early 14th century. However, some parts date to around
1230, and there is evidence suggesting an earlier church on the
same site. In 1904, a largely intact and unusually detailed
painting was found on the west wall depicting the Last Judgment as
described in Matthew 25:31–46
This was also the church that my parents got married in...
As you enter the church yard, there is a red service board, the times for the 5th Sunday = AB:CD.
Now enter the church yard, look for the STAND OUT GRAVE STONE of John Butler and Mary Jane Butler. John was born in 1EF5. Mary Jane died in 19GH.
Now go to these coordinates N50 59.(C+D)(E+B)(F+G) W000 48.(HxG)(G+A)H
From here, follow the footpath 183 meters to an oak tree, at the base of here you'll find the cache. You must stamp the logbook and sign it. Do not remove the stamp and ink pad from the cache.
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