Church Micro 2697...Renhold
This cache has been placed to bring you to All Saints Church, Renhold.
The cache is now a small (5mol?) Tube. It only contains a log - you are a geocacher, you should have a writing implement!
Please note that the final cache is located outside the churchyard and is NOT accessible from inside the churchyard.
With its lovely brown cobbled walls, small leaded spire and its blend of Decorated and Perpendicular styles of architecture, All Saints Church has served the Parish of Renhold for over 800 years.
It stands in the centre of the village overlooking the Valley of the River Great Ouse.
The Church consists of a Chancel, Nave with Porch, North Aisle and West Tower. Parts of the Nave and North Aisle date from the 14th Century. The West Tower was built in the 15th Century, at which time the south wall was rebuilt. In the mid 1850’s, like many churches, All Saints was in a sad, neglected state. Thankfully, the church appears in much better condition today.
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 stone laid by The Right Reverend David Farmbrough, Bishop of Bedford on AB December CDEF
The final cache can be found at N 52° 0D.E(D-E-C)C W 000° 24.(A+F-1)(A*F)B
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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