Church Micro 2341...Pavenham
This cache has been placed to bring you to the Church of St Peter, Pavenham.
The cache is a black 35mm film cannister. It only contains a log - after all a cacher should have their own writing implement.
Please note that the final cache is located outside the churchyard and is NOT accessible from inside the churchyard.
The church of St. Peter, standing on rising ground immediately at the back of Pavenham Bury, is a small edifice of stone of the Early English and Decorated periods.It has a decorated western tower with short octagonal broach spire, relieved by two tiers of dormers, and containing 5 bells and a clock: the form of the church, widening towards the east, is peculiar, and the transept again widens southward. The church was fitted with fine old hood work about 1848, at the cost of the late Thomas Abbott Green esq. Then of Pavenham Bury. The chancel was restored in 1869, at the expense of of Trinity College, Cambridge, and the chapel at the expense of the late Joseph Tucker esq. Of Pavenham Bury, and the parish.
Please take time to explore the peace and tranquility, but please be respectful in the church and its grounds.
To find the location of the final cache, you will first need to find a peculiar wooden door located about 10 feet up the side of the church. If anyone knows the purpose of this door, I'd be interested to hear. The door has a number of round holes in it. X equals the number of holes, Y equals the number of horizontal lines that they are positioned in and Z equals the number of holes in the bottom row.
Using this information, the final cache can be found nearby at:
North 52 11.5(((Y+Z)*X)+5)
West 000 33.0(X+Y)
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
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Congratulations to AnGus Thermopyle and Morn Hyland on being First To Find