Church Micro 3589…Snibston
How Geocaching Works
Use of geocaching.com services is subject to the terms and conditions in our disclaimer
St Marys was built in around 1150 and is the second smallest church in the country. Its only about 10 metres by 5.5 metres.
St Mary’s is a beautiful, old church set in fields in the middle of the Leicestershire countryside. It dates to medieval times and is one of the smallest churches in the country still having regular worship. Recently a paschal candle was placed in St Mary’s as a tribute to its sister church St James’ Snibston, which was closed in 2007 The candle stand was carved from the former altar of St James’ Church. Also inside is a list of all the priests who have served what was then the parish of Snibston, dating back to the times of the Normans. Over the years it has changed, being repaired and altered.
You do not need to go into the church grounds.
For full information on how you can expand the Church Micro series by sadexploration (visit link) please read the "Place your own Church Micro" page (visit link) before you contact him. See also the Church Micro Statistics page (visit link) and Home page (visit link) for further information about the series.
Vg'f rnfvre sebz oruvaq.
Loading Cache Logs...
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum