We found our targets, but as silly me had forgotten to charge up the phone we use for navigation, our last for the day was at All Saint's Church, in the combined parish of Frickley and Clayton. Caches don't tend to be within immediate church boundaries, but they can be placed nearby. We quickly found what we were looking for, so we set off to take a look at the church.
|The track up to the church|
|Small and HMS at the gate|
I do hate getting the 'photographer's shadow' in pictures, but there was no other way of getting this shot short of kneeling down, which I didn't fancy as it was rather muddy.
|Lots of lovely little snowdrops peeking through|
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As an aside, if the respective councils of Barnsley, Wakefield and Doncaster don't to something about the state of their roads soon, we're going to end up in one big pothole!
From what I've been able to find out, Thomas was a farm labourer who was set upon by ruffians on his way back from Barnsley, and they robbed and killed the poor chap. Sarah, from what I can glean, was Thomas's mother, who lived to a ripe old age.
|Crocus just starting to peek through|
|All Saints Church, Frickley and Clayton|
Until next time. x