This memorial is an impressive 3.65m cenotaph which is a smaller scale replica of the one in Whitehall, reportedly the only replica and was unveiled in January 1922. The front of the memorial has a bronze sword and swags at the top. Whilst you visit this memorial, take a moment to visit the memorial of Sgt William McNally a local hero which also has a cache dedicated to him.
This is a multi-cache and can be found by working out the coordinates from the clues below, note that the memorial lists Heroes with First and Last names..
Cache is a small pot and can be found at N 54° 49.ABC W 001° 24.DEF and it's a short walk/drive away. Please use stealth.
A = Number of names written on the front of the memorial
B = Behind the memorial is a stand of crosses, there were over ?000 service men and women from Murton
C = Number of letters in the christian name of the second hero in the left column on the rear of the memorial
D = Number of St George Cross shields on the front of the memorial divided by two
E = On the right side of the memorial number of heroes with the surname Cook (Great War only)
F = Number of letters of the surname of the last hero listed on the left side of the memorial (not from WWII)
Checksum of numbers is 18
***** PLEASE NOTE IMPORTANT *****
CACHES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BE PLACED ON ACTUAL MEMORIALS OR WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF SUCH
AT ALL TIMES PLEASE TREAT LOCATIONS OF MEMORIALS WITH RESPECT