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Church Micro 7034...South Elmham - St Peter

Hidden : 12/13/2014
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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 13th – South Elmham St Peter)

You are looking for a camo micro. You will need to BYOP and a suitable log extractor such as tweezers


The Church comprises a nave and chancel only, with a good square tower of flint-work: it is of Norman construction, but evinces a total neglect of architectural purity in its later embellishments. The tower, which contains three bells, opens with a fine arch into the nave, over which is laid a good oak roof. The door to the rood-stairs, a broken piscina and sedilia, are remnants of papistical observances, happily gone by

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