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Church Micro 7029...South Elmham - St Michael

Hidden : 12/08/2014
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This cache was originally part of the 2014 Advent Series (Advent 8th – South Elmham St Michael)

You are looking for a 35mm canister with a difference! You will need to BYOP and a suitable log extractor such as tweezers.

This ancient parish church (Grade I listed) forms part of the Benefice of South Elmham and Ilketshall, which is made up of eleven parishes situated along the south of Bungay.  St Michael’s is the most easterly of the six South Elmham churches.  It is a small pantiled structure overlooking a large green to the south and west.  It’s main structural components comprise a Chancel with heavily buttressed east gable, a fine interior timber roof to the Nave, a timber-framed south porch, and a simple square west Tower in flint with stepped flushwork and stone panelled parapet.  The churchyard is surrounded by a deep ditch on all sides and there is a large brick pantiled Sexton’s hut in the north-west corner

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