War Memorial #314 Holy Trinity, Doynton.
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This is a War Memorial multi-cache at Holy Trinity Church, Doynton. It is constructed from Bath stone and inlaid with plaques. A two stepped base is surmounted by a square-shaped plinth, with a sloping 'roof', on top which, sits a Bath stone cross. The Memorial is at the posted co-ordinate, where some fact gathering needs to be done. Answer the following questions: A. How many plaques are inlaid on the memorial? B. What colour are the plaques? (Count the number of letters). C. How many men lost their lives in WWI? D. How many men lost their lives in WWII? E. How many stone crosses can be seen on the church? F. How many gargoyles are on the church tower? G. What is the name of the tree to the right of the main church gate? (Count the letters). Substitute the letters below for your number answers and do the calculations to find the cache co-ordinate: N51 27 . (F X D) (E x G) (A + D) W002 24 . (B) (F) (C / A)
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