A straight forward traditional cache which will allow you to pay your respects and then quickly find the cache as a park and grab or ride and grab!
The Memorial is a handsome Cross in Forest of Dean stone, with a bronze wreathe and sword at the top, and reflects great credit on the architect, Captain Wilson of Victoria Street, London, and to the craftsmanship of Mr G Preston of Benington, to whom the work of erecting the Cross was entrusted.
At the base of the plinth on one side are the two sentences quoted above, while the remaining three sides have the names of the fallen inscribed.
The Memorial Cross was unveiled by Miss Cotton-Browne on the 3rd July 1921. The Last Post was sounded by Bandmaster Sergt. Nash and Sergt-Instructor Carpenter.
***** 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