St James' Church is set in the centre of the old village of Bushey - a village which has grown into a residential community with a population of over 15,000. The Church, which is set back from the High Street behind a village green and a pond, has provided a place of peace for worship and prayer for over 700 years. The building includes several features of great interest. Among these are the well-preserved hammer-beam roof, one of the oldest in Hertfordshire; a rare painting of the Arms of Queen Anne; and a bronze horse memorial to the artist Lucy Kemp-Welsh and other Bushey artists.
St. James's has proved to be a very popular location for filming and in recent years scenes from Eastenders, Holby City and Mr. Selfridge have been shot in and around St. James's Church and grounds.
From the clues below find the co-ordinates for the cache.
N51. AB.CDB W00.EE.FAD
A = Walk down the path towards the church, on your left there is a nice headstone/monument to Edward Gatesby. You need the last digit in the year he died.
B= To the left of Edward Gatesby lies the eldest daughter of the Rev. James Humphrey Brown. How many letters in her name ?
To your right there is a public footpath sign.
C= Number of words on the sign..
Take the footpath through the graveyard. Immediately inside to your right is the grave of Roderick Campbell.
D= How many letters in his role in the Hudson Bay Company.
E= Subtract the numbers of his age when he passed away from each other.
F= The second number of his wife’s age when she passed away.
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