This memorial was unveiled in 1921 by Lord Joicey. This Grade II listed memorial is an impressive tall six stage structure with a clock tower on the 5th stage. It was built from the stone of Hetton Hall which had been demolished and cost £2000 to build.
The original inscription was "In memory of the fallen and in honour of the returned sailors and soldiers of Easington Lane and Elemore Colliery who fought in the Great War 1914-1919" but this was adapted to In memory of the fallen and in honour of the returned members of all H.M. Forces of Easington Lane who served in the Two World Wars.
This is a multi-cache and can be found by working out the coordinates from the clues below.
The cache is a small container and is located a short drive away at N54 48.ABC W 001 26.DEF.
A = Number of clock faces minus 1
B = Last number of the year it was unveiled
C = Number of words on the plaque detailing when it was unveiled (ignore numbers andLook high)
D = Number of planters near to the memorial multiplied by 3
E = Last number on the lower centre stone on the front plus 1
F = Number of letters of the first word on the plaque (Look high) detailing when it was unveiled multiplied by 2
Checksum is 26
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