Church Micro 3266…Blagdon
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REMEMBER to collect the information for Church Micro 4050...Wells Cathedral, for that note how many iron twists are on the gates from the church yard and keep that for future reference.
Your looking for a black taped twist top container.
Where the cache lays is beautiful country and the footpath across the valley is a fine walk with views across to Blagdon Lake.
A note of caution the path is very well used about 6 people passed while hiding the cache 9 o clock on a Wednesday morning!
For those not in the know The Church Mirco Series is intended to be as big a cache size as you can muster, Steve (sadexploration) explains.
Click here page 4.
The series is called ‘Church Micro’ I encourage cachers to hide as large a cache as they can. It’s just that Church 2.5 Lt click box’ didn’t quite roll off the tongue as well.
So onto the church description.
Church of St. Andrew Anglican parish church. Circa 15th century west tower, remainder 1907-9 by Sir Frank Wills. St Andrew's Church (Church of England) has a 116-foot tower with pinnacles and a cusped lozenge pattern parapet, with a stair turret spirelet in the north-east corner.The tower was built in 1907–09 by Lord Winterstoke (of the Wills tobacco family) The tower contains a bell dating from 1716 and made by Edward Bilbie of the Bilbie family. It is a Grade II* listed building, The lychgate to the east of the church is also a Grade II listed building in its own right. Above the door are four primitive Norman carvings which survived three rebuildings.
Further detailed information here
“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