Made of Portland stone, the memorial was built by Mr W J Nutty, and unveiled on 23 May 1920. It originally commemorated those lost from the village in the Great War. It now also commemorates those who gave their lives in the Second World War and Korean War.
The memorial remembers 18 men who gave their lives in the Great War, seven from the Second World War and one from the Korean War.
To find the cache you will need to collect some information from the war memorial.
How many names are on the second step at the front of the war memorial (as you look at it, the church is on the right) = A
On the right hand side of the memorial, look at the fourth name on step two. How many letters in his first name? = B
How many letters in his surname? = C
How many names are listed on the rear of the memorial for 1939-1945 (the second step)? = D
On the bottom step, at the rear of the memorial, there is the word Korea, how many people are listed next to this? = E How many letters are in John’s surname? = F
D+1 = G
E+F = H
N 52. (A+B+C).(A-C)BH
Parking is available just outside the church.
Please replace the cache as found, ensuring it’s wedged in place, thanks.
If anybody would like to expand this series please do, I would just ask that you 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 War Memorial FTF ***