This Letterbox Hybrid cache (that means there's a stamp in the box; please don't remove it) will take you on a short tour from Point A to Point B and you'll need your wits about you along the way as you'll want to gather information, outlined - in no special order - below.
Point A: N51° 45.087 W001° 15.102 (the given co-ords, above).
Point B: N51° 45.107 W001° 15.156
He lived and worked here for ten years, packing up in 1XY7. Y-X=?
Generosity from the New World. The recurring number = ^
Something metal made to look like Wood. Final digit of the most recent date = £
He died in 1675, after his birth (as is traditional) in 162%
Formerly which Place? Number of letters in name (one word) = @
He didn't like quaries? Eh? The final digit of his year of birth = $
What's so funny, anti-Royalist? Died in 16#0
H = The number below it, repeated very close to each other, not far from a hot-headed T.
___=? ___=^ ___=£ ___=% ___=@ ___=$ ___=# ___=H
51° 4£.%(@-%)(?+(^-#)) W001° 1(#+H).($+(£-@))(?x$)(^-H)
The cache is hidden at what I consider to be the funniest place in Oxford. [I've since learned more about the area on Wikipedia. It's pretty rude] Cache safe, have fun, and enjoy some light education. Tartar for now! I left a special little something for the FTFer- it's not a swap, it's a gift. Pass it on! :D
There's now a second Plaque Buildup cache; a Puzzle in Aylesbury, set for the second Geolympix. That's at Ashridge Estate (free to enter/park!), Berkhamsted, Herts, on Sunday July 31st 2016. Please come if you'd... like to come :)