War Memorial #275 ~ Higham
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A mystery cache placed to remember those lost in both World Wars from Higham in Suffolk. The cache is not at the published co-ordinates.
Higham war memorial in Suffolk is located on the village Lower Green. It is an obelisk made from Portland stone and is a key landmark in the village...you cant miss it as you drive through!
The inscriptions on two sides remember the men from the village who never returned from the two World Wars. It was dedicated and unveiled on 4 September 1920. The original builders were Messrs H G Neville and Son.
Details of the memorial being placed featured in a news story in the Bury Free Press on 11 September 1920. The memorial was restored in 1995.
To find the cache solve the puzzle below, which is based on Dame Vera Lynn's 1939 song 'We'll meet again', one of the most famous songs of the Second World War era.
A - We'll meet again,
B - Don't know where, don't know when,
C - But I know we'll meet again, some sunny day.
D - Keep smiling through,
E - Just like you always do,
F - Till the blue skies drive the dark clouds, far away.
The cache can be found at
N52. (F+E). (CxF)(D+E)
E000. ((AxC)+B). (F+C)(B+A)
You can check your answers using the geochecker (visit link)
Parking is tricky on route to GZ, but there is space to park not far away.
Also in summer there are a few nettles near GZ and the ground is uneven hence the terrain rating.
If anybody would like to expand this series please do, I would just ask that you could let Just-us-Two know first at firstname.lastname@example.org so they can keep track of the memorial numbers and names to avoid any duplication.
*** Well done El Fozzo69 on another quick FTF :-) ***
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