Church Micro 2425...West Woodhay,St Laurence’s
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The Church of St Laurence in West Woodhay was built on its current site in 1883 in Blomfield's Early English Revival style and extended in 1894. Very much a Victorian squire's church, it can hold about 100 people including both the Nave and the Choir and a few more when chairs are added. Services are held with the considerable benefit of a restored "Father Willis" organ.
When you visit the church, on the inside look at the windows all around you, the carvings, the embroideries, and the three cherubs brought from the Castle of Moy in Scotland also the encaustic tiles from the mediaeval church which are set into the bottom of the wall of the tower. Outside, look at the memorial garden that was created in memory of Sarah Henderson, who died in 1972.
This is a short offset multi-cache and you will need to bring your own pen
Roadside parking by the church
The above coordinates are for a seat in the churchyard with a memorial plaque. Let the dates on this plaque be ABCD EFGH
The cache can be found at N 51° D(A+F).(H+E+A)A(C-D) W001° EH.(E+A)(B-E)H
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.
There is also a Church Micro Stats page found via the Bookmark list
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum