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Church Micro 7033...Ilketshall - St John

Hidden : 12/12/2014
Difficulty:
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Terrain:
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This cache was originally part of the 2014 Advent Series (Advent 12th – Ilketshall St John)

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


St. John's Church was conveyed in the year 1267, by Sir James de Ilketshall, with one acre of land. It passed with the other possessions of Bungay Nunnery, in the sixteenth century, to Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, and lapsed to the Crown, on the attainder of his unfortunate grandson, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth.

The church is a small unpretending edifice, comprising a nave and chancel only, with a square tower at the west end, open to the body of the church. The whole fabric is in sound condition, and most reputably kept.

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