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Church Micro 3697 - Barton

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Hidden : 05/22/2013
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Geocache Description:

St Peters Church - Barton

The church of St. Peter is an ancient edifice of stone in the Late Decorated style, and consists of large chancel, long nave, south porch and an embattled western tower with pinnacles and turret and containing 3 bells.

Inside a carved oak screen of Perpendicular date, enriched with shields of arms, separates the nave from the chancel. There are brasses in the chancel to John Martin and Margaret, his wife, dated 1593, a piscina and an aumbry.

The building was restored in 1885, at a cost of £1,350, and re-opened after extensive repairs in March, 1886, and affords 230 sittings. The register dates from the year 1687.

Records of baptisms, marriages, burials and banns reside in the Cambridgeshire Archives.
Extracts from Kelly's Directory- Cambridgeshire - 1929..

The cache is a long camouflaged container about the diameter of a film pot and contains log book, pencil and small swaps - please replace it exactly where you find it.
Please note - the cache is not in or on Church property.

There is convenient parking nearby at the suggested co-ordinates. Stealth is required.

For full information on how you can expand the Church Micro series by sadexploration please read the Place your own Church Micro page before you contact him at

See also the Church Micro Statistics and Home pages for further information about the series.

This cache meets the GAGB Urban Placement Guidelines.

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